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The Erasmus Office of the Institute of Educational Science

Erasmus at the Institute of Educational Science

We are excited about your interest in the Erasmus+ exchange program of the Institute of Educational Science (Pedagogy) at the University of Münster and would like to inform about our program on the following pages.

For questions, please visit us during office hours in the Erasmus office or send us an email: erasmus.ew@uni-muenster.de

We are happy to advise you before, during and after your exchange and wish you an unforgettable Erasmus experience.

PLEASE NOTE: We are not a central Erasmus Office and can only provide information regarding exchanges at the Institute of Educational Science.

  • What is Erasmus+?

    The Erasmus+ programme within the University of Münster's Institute of Educational Science is managed by the Institute's Erasmus Office and its Erasmus Coordinator. We currently have exchange agreements with 22 partner universities in 13 European countries.

    Erasmus+ is a European Union program that has offered students the opportunity to study for one or two semesters at a partner university in another European country since 1987. Students get the opportunity to get to know a different country, a different language and a different study system.

    Not only does a stay abroad enrich students both academically and professionally, but YOU will improve your language skills, YOU will develop intercultural skills and YOU will form lifelong friendships. Erasmus is a unique exchange that provides insight into another culture which, as a result, will shape your life and your career.

    Going to experience another country and university is not only reserved for students. University lecturers or staff members also have the chance to improve their vocational qualifications under the auspieces of the Erasmus program.

    More information will be provided via the Incoming, Outgoing, and the International Office webpages.

  • Counseling

    The Erasmus Office of the Institute of Educational Science provides information, advice, and support for the Erasmus+ study exchange program.

    Our office hours during the Winter Semester 2019/20:

    The Erasmus Office is open on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.


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    Deadlines

    For the academic year 2020/2021, you must apply in the Erasmus Office of the IfE before January 31st, 2020.
    Refer to the Outgoing website for more information.