Outgoing Erasmus students
It is of great benefit, both from a personal and professional point of view, to complete part of your studies at an overseas university. The best-known Europe-wide mobility programme is ERASMUS (EuRopean Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students), which also offers organizational and financial support. It is suggested that you schedule your Erasmus stay abroad during the 4th semester of your bachelor’s programme in European Ethnology and during the 3rd or the 4th semester of your master’s programme. A minimum of three and a maximum of 10 months can be approved and financially supported. Courses completed abroad can be recognised as part of your degree in Graz. It is crucial to confirm in advance the equivalence of the relevant course specifications with the Chair of the Curricular Commission (Prof. Dr. Burkhard Pöttler).
Important information concerning preparations for a stay abroad can be found on the website of the Office for International Relations.
Incoming Erasmus students at the University of Graz
The Department of European Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology warmly welcomes all students from foreign universities! We look forward to a fruitful international exchange and would be only too happy to answer your questions.
Office for International Relations:
Erasmus coordinator at the Department of Cultural Anthropology and European Ethnology:
Assistant Prof. Dr. Judith Laister
- Humboldt-University Berlin, Institut of European Ethnology
- Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main, Institut of Cultural Anthropology and European Ethnology
- Georg-August-University Göttingen, Institut for Cultural Anthropology/European Ethnology
- HafenCity-University Hamburg, Metropolitan Culture programme
- University Hamburg, Institut for European Ethnology/ Cultural Anthropology
- Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, subject area Folklore and Cultural History
- Kiel University (CAU), Institure of Euorpean Ethnology/Folklore Studies
- Univerity of Münster, Institute of Folklore Studies/European Ethnology
- University Regensburg, Institut for Information and Media, Language and Culture