Erasmus Programme (Work Abroad)

Dylan Loughlin - Gibraltar, Spain
This photo is me on looking the African continent from Europe. Which represents what language and being a student can do, open up the world, making it a smaller place.

Work in Europe

Work or language assistant placements which are part of your degree programme may be funded through Erasmus allowing you to live and work in another European country.

The work placement should be recognised by Queen's as part of your degree programme and will need to be approved by your School.

Erasmus forms for Work Placements

Erasmus Forms

What is Erasmus & Why do it?

Erasmus is the European Commission's exchange programme that enables students registered at a university in the following countries to study, work or teach for part of their degree in another of those countries.

Countries include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Turkey.

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Ben McAteer - Photo represents the beauty of daily life one of Europe's most vibrant cities. The bicycle is more than a means of transport in Amsterdam, it is a way of life.

Criteria to take part and how to apply

Students of any nationality, as long as they are enrolled on a full-time regular degree programme, are eligible to participate.

See your Queen's placement office for further information

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Financial Aspects

What sources of finance can you avail of during an Erasmus Work Placement?

Erasmus Grant, Student Loans and Tuition Fees

Finance

Michael Rauch - Haga, Gothenburg: - This photo was taken on a cold February morning in the Haga area of Gothenburg. One of my favourite Swedish traditions was “Fika”, which essentially meant taking a break (even during group work) to have coffee & cake. Haga is one of the best places in the city to have Fika, and you can get cinnamon swirls the size of your head!

Practical Matters

What else might you need to consider when when moving to another country?

Additional sources of advice such as accommodation tax in France, British Council links and Erasmus links

Additional sources of advice

Global Opportunites | 028 9097 5255 | erasmus@qub.ac.uk


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