Erasmus+ at the University of West London
The Erasmus+ Student Mobility programme allows UWL students to study a selected number of modules as part of their undergraduate or postgraduate course at a different university within the EU (as well as some partner institutions outside the EU).
Normally, students would attend another university for just one semester of their course.
The University of West London is a recognised institution within the Erasmus+ programme, which includes partner universities all across Europe.
Incoming students are also able to study at the University of West London and enjoy all the cultural benefits of studying and living in London. Students will have to check with their own institution whether it is engaged with the Erasmus+ programme.
- information for incoming students
- information for outgoing students
- information for UWL staff
- frequently asked questions
- The European Staff Exchange Initiative (TESEI)
- Erasmus+ policy statement
- Erasmus+ promotional leaflet
- list of Erasmus+ partner institutions
Any questions regarding UWL's Erasmus+ programme should be sent to: Erasmus@uwl.ac.uk
EU Referendum Update
The UK National Agency has this afternoon published the following statement on the following Erasmus+ website.
'There is no immediate change to the UK’s participation in the Erasmus+ Programme following the EU referendum result and the UK National Agency will continue to manage and deliver the Programme across the UK.'
The University of West London is a committed participant of the Erasmus+ programme and we will continue to work closely with our overseas partners and the UK's National Agency to build the programme both home and abroad.
Please note: The Erasmus programme is funded by the European Commission. This website and sub-sites reflect the views only of the University of West London, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.