Erasmus Philosophy

Starting from the 1st of Febuary the Erasmus registry for the winter semester 2018/19 is open again. Klick here to see a complete list of available places. Deadline for applications is the 15th March 2018!

Applications are possible for BA-, MA-, PhD and teacher training students. The date of your application will have no effect on the nomination process, as long as the application is summited in time. 

Two steps need to be considered in order to register:

  1. Create a new profile and register online via the Erasmus website: https://erasmus.univie.ac.at/
  2. After successful registration you then need to apply directly via e-mail to the Erasmus-Coordinator for Outgoing-Students at the Department of Philosophie: Bastian Stoppelkamp (office hours: Wednesday, 14.00-15.00 p.m; Room C0217). Applications are possible for up to three different universities. Documents needed are a CV, transcript of records, language certificate and a letter of motivation (2 pages at most).

Further information concerning the language certificate can be found below! 

Detailed information on the different places of study as well as on the application process can be found in the following leaflets:

Important information concerning your application: (German only)

Important information concerning our partner universities and available places: (German only)

Important information concerning the language certificate 

A language certificate is needed for all applications to non-German universities. For Italian, Spanish, French and English speaking countries a level of at least B1 or B2 in the respective language is typically needed. Concerning our Eastern and Northern European partner universities a good grasp of English will suffice. Information concerning the submission process, as well as how and where language certificates may be best obtained can be found here:

https://international.univie.ac.at/outgoing-students/erasmus/richtlinien/sprachnachweise

The Erasmus Programme also offers support for practical training abroad. Applications may be submitted directly to the office for international relations at the University of Vienna.

Further information concerning study visits and internships abroad can be found here:

https://international.univie.ac.at/

 

Contact person

For outgoing students

Bastian Stoppelkamp | e-mail: bastian.stoppelkamp@univie.ac.at

Office hours: Wednesdays, 14.00-15.00

Office hours during holidays: Febuary 7th, 21st and 28th

 

For incoming students

Michael Schmitz | e-mail: michael.schmitz@univie.ac.at