Student mobility with Erasmus+

With Erasmus+, students can spend up to twelve months per study cycle (Bachelor, Master and PhD) at a partner institution in another European country. Courses taken abroad can be accredited for the current study programme upon return.

Any questions?
If you have any further questions about studying abroad with Erasmus+, you can arrange a personal consultation with us by emailing Please state the details of your degree programme and current semester in the e-mail.

Preparation for the consultation:
  • Select your preferred institution (see list of partner institutions above) (applications are only possible to universities from our list of current Erasmus+ partner institutions)
  • All application deadlines stated above are to be observed. Those interested in applying should check these deadlines to ensure a smooth application process
  • Familiarise yourself with the application procedure (any questions that arise can then be clarified during the consultation appointment
Students who are interested in a period of study at the Mozarteum in the context of Erasmus+ should contact the International Office of their home university.

Information brochure for students from abroad

The application process is carried out via EASY:
Instructions: EASY User Manual

Application deadline Incomings: 15 March
(for the following academic year, winter and summer semester)

Only applications from partner universities will be accepted

The following documents are necessary for the application:
  • Letter of recommendation from the teacher of the main subject
  • Recordings of three-four works of various styles via links (instrumental subjects and singing), video recordings via links (drama, conducting and dance educational theory), Portfolio as a single PDF (stage design, art and craft educational theory)
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Proof of successful course achievement / Transcript of records (for Master’s degree courses a Bachelor certificate has to be submitted)
  • Letter of motivation

Useful information for incoming students: