Tu Wien Erasmus Learning Agreement

During the summer semester 2022, learning mobility will be implemented on the basis of special agreements and will be supported by the University of Vienna for up to 4 months. However, there can be no guarantee that all named students will receive assistance! Details of the application process will follow. Outgoing students are those who are enrolled in the geodesic curriculum and geoinformation at the University of Vienna and who are looking for a place abroad. The list of partner universities for the Erasmus mobility programme is available in the Mobility section of the TISS. Please note that our faculty includes mathematics and geo-information, which is why the partner universities that are relevant to the geodesy and geoinformation programme are those listed under the names of the teachers in our programme (Pfeifer, Bhm, Retscher, Gartner). You will find information on the application (delays, apprenticeship agreement, application, etc.) in the International Office in the Erasmus field. Erasmus internships are based on an internship agreement, also known as the “apprenticeship agreement for internships.” This is concluded between the student, the Technical University of Vienna and the host university. On the University of Vienna side, the training contract is signed by the Dean of Academic Affairs in your field of study. The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020. Legally, the UK is no longer a member of the European Union.

However, the withdrawal agreement provides that the UK can participate without modification to the current Erasmus programme. Traude Krausler [T]: `43 1 58801 41562 krausler@ai.tuwien.ac.at even more interesting for our programme of study: as part of the Erasmus 2018 and 2019 internships, the European Commission specifically supports stays under a Digital Opportunity Traineeships initiative and provides additional budgetary resources. The aim is to improve students in all fields in the labour market. You`ll find companies offering internships with digital content on erasmusintern.org/ and ec.europa.eu/eures/public/opportunities. Students with disabilities or students with children can apply for a special scholarship for their stay with the OeAD. See: bildung.erasmusplus.at/de/hochschulbildung/mobilitaet-programmlaender/sonderzuschuss/, opens an external URL in a new Window Moushausstrasse 28, 1st floor 1040 Wienwww.tuwien.at/international What does the Erasmus programme offer? Participating students benefit from a simplified registration procedure at the host university, they benefit from a mobility grant and are exempt from tuition fees. Programs spent abroad can be recognized by the University of Vienna with the approval of the Directorate of Studies. Bilateral agreements with partner universities form the basis of all mobility activities.