Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility gives students the ability to participate in exchange programs at partner universities outside of the European Union. Exchange is possible with universities with whom Tallinn University has signed an Erasmus+ agreement. Erasmus+ scholarship includes travel support (depends on the distance) and monthly scholarship 650-700 euros.
In academic year 2019/2020, students have the opportunity to apply to the following partner universities. If the preferences are marked, the students from these schools have the priority but all students can apply for the study places.
|Georgia||Ilia State University||1||School of Natural Sciences and Health|
|Georgia||Georgian Institute of Public Affair Foundation||1||School of Governance, Law and Society|
|India||Manipal Academy of Higher Education||2||School of Governance, Law and Society|
|Kazakhstan||The Eurasian Humanities Institute||1||School of Humanities|
|Academician Ya Buketov Karaganda State University||1||
School of Humanities
|Thailand||Chiang Mai University||1||School of Humanities|
- Before you apply, please look at the website of the partner university and do your research about the courses they offer. Please consult your study councellor whether the subjects are suitable for your studies.
- Please note that academic calendars can be different.
- Do not forget to plan your exchange semester into your curriculum and do not be afraid to ask for advice from your study councellor.
- Pay attention to the application deadlines and do not leave it on the last minute. Exchange studies outside of EU require visa or temporary residence permit, which means you need more time to apply for necessary documents.
Ask for more information from the Head of International Cooperation, Kätlin Keinast: email@example.com.