The ERASMUS program is an exchange program for students within the European Union (EU). This program was established in 1987. Since 2014, ERASMUS has merged with other programs to form ERASMUS+. All 27 member states of the European Union participate in the program, as well as other European countries (Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Northern Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey). Support within the framework of the ERASMUS exchange is provided by granting (mobility) scholarships, waiving tuition fees, ensuring enrollment for studies at the foreign university, enabling participation in language courses, and by providing assistance in obtaining housing.
The Faculty Business Management and Economics of the Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg maintains ERASMUS contacts with the following countries and universities.
The International Office of the University of Würzburg has also ERASMUS+ program within the European Union as well as partnership programs.