Erasmus University Charter
Danish School of Media and Journalism has been awarded an Extended Erasmus University Charter
The Erasmus University Charter (EUC)
Awarded by the European Commission following a call for proposals, the Charter sets out the fundamental principles and the minimum requirements with which the higher education institution must comply when implementing its Erasmus activities.
The Erasmus Programme – studying in Europe and more
Erasmus is the Europeans Commission's flagship education and training programme enabling students to study and work abroad each year. In addition, it funds co-operation between higher education institutions across Europe.
Erasmus grants are covering when:
- Students at the Danish School of Media and Journalism are applying for an exchange to one of our European partners
- Students at Danish School of Media and Journalism are applying for an international internship in Europe
- Teachers at Danish School of Media and Journalism are going to teach or to give lecture (at least 8 hours) at one of our European partner institutions
Note: International students coming to study at Danish School of Media and Journalism have to apply for the Erasmus grant at their home institution.