Erasmus

The Erasmus Programme is one of the Education Programmes of the EU and encourages student exchanges and student internships in the European countries as well as in the EFTA/EEA countries, Iceland, Lichtenstein and Turkey.

Hans_Holbein_d_J Erasmus of Rotterdam (Section), Hans Holbein d. J., 1523

It gives students, members of the teaching staff as well as other University of Leipzig staff members the opportunity to extend their subject-specific, linguistic and cultural knowledge. Because of the Erasmus Agreements between the individual universities, there are no tuition fees and a monthly allowance is granted. The support period for an Erasmus Exchange or an Internship lasts no less than 3 month and no more than 12 month. At the moment, the Department of Art Education offers 10 places at 6 partner universities.

Partner Universities

Poland
Akademia Pedagogiki Specjalnej im. Marii Grzegorzewskiej
Instytut Edukacji Artystycznej
(art education, art therapy)

Hungary
Magyar Képzómúvészeti Egyetem Budapest
(Art Theory, Visual Education, Senography,Intermedia, Conservation, Graphic Design,Printmaking, Sculpture, Painting, Stage Design)

Spain
Facultad de Bellas Artes de San Carlos
Universidad Politécnica Valencia
(Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Restoration, Communication, History of Art)

Portugal
Universidade de Aveiro
(Contemporary Artistic Creation, Design, New Communication Technology)

Italy
Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma
(Painting, Sculpture, Graphic Design, Set Design for Stage, Didactics)

Accademia di Belle Arti di Carrara
(Sculpture, Painting, Set Design for Stage, Drama and Opera, Restoration of Stone and Marble Sculpture, Graphic, Multimedial Art, Applied Arts, Communication and Education of the Arts)

UK
University of Leeds
(Fine Arts, History of Art and Cultural Studies)