Erasmus Student Mobility

Erasmus Information Handbook

Erasmus Student Mobility for Studıes

Students registered in a higher education institution holding an ERASMUS University Charter (ECHE) have the chance to be an exchange student in another higher education institution of another European country with ECHE for 1 or 2 semesters and to receive financial support within the programme during their stay.

Erasmus+ Mobility for Study is done within the scope of inter-institutional agreements.


Students can study between 2 to 12 months abroad or at least a full academic term.


Application Criteria

All enrolled bachelor, masters and doctoral students regardless of their nationality are eligible to apply for an Erasmus study mobility. Students can apply through the International Programs Office and selection processes are fair to everyone.  The following criteria and weighted points apply when assessing applications: Academic achievement: 50% & Language score: 50%

Students apply online via FSMVU International Programs Office Online Application System:

Applicants must be registered at FSMVU as full-degree students at the time of application.
Applicants must complete at least one semester at FSMVU.
Undergraduate students can participate in the program during their undergraduate studies, master and PhD students can participate in the program during their thesis phase. During the course selection, 30 ECTS credits for 1 semester and 60 ECTS credits for 1 year are to be aimed. The objective success is when the student collects 2/3 of the credits of the courses he/she takes. Master and PhD students can work on their thesis or enroll for seminar/project course or other related courses at the partner university to fulfill the 30 ECTS credits.


Undergraduate students who are considering to apply for traineeship program should have at least 2,20 CGPA and graduate students should have at least 2,50 CGPA over 4,0.
English Proficiency Criteria: TOEFL/YDS/ YÖKDİL (if available)
English Proficiency Exam for Exchange Programs takes place after the online application period has ended.

Financial Support

Students may be awarded an Erasmus grant to help cover the travel and subsistence costs incurred in connection with their study period abroad. Erasmus students - whether or not they receive an Erasmus grant - are exempted from paying fees for tuition, registration, examinations and access to laboratory and library facilities at the host institution.

Monthly Grant for Study Mobility

Grant winners receive grants (financial support) according to the table below and according to the dates mentioned on their letters of acceptance issued by Partner University.