Erasmus at LBS

The European Commission awarded Lauder Business School with the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education for the whole period of the Erasmus+ Programme (2014-2020).

Useful links

To view the LBS Erasmus+ Charter 2014-2010 please click Erasmus.Charter(EN).

More information is available in LBS’s Erasmus Policy Statement.

Endorsing the mission of the Erasmus+ Programme to boost growth and jobs and to foster social equity and inclusion, LBS currently places particular emphasis on the following actions:

1. Internship and traineeship mobility of students (Key Action 1)
2. International teaching periods of faculty members (Key Action 1)
3. International training periods of staff and faculty members (Key Action 1)
4. Knowledge Alliances with businesses and public organizations (Key Action 2)

LBS conceives of internationalization to be a key success factor for a cutting-edge business education, applied research projects, strategic career development, and institutional capacity building. Learning and working across borders is quintessential in further developing our degree programs, and in increasing our graduates’ employability in a competitive market environment. Transnational exchange measures are assessed against their sustainable contribution to our teaching, coaching and research activities.

Erasmus ID code: A WIEN70
PIC: 947084139
ECHE reference: 264254-LA-1-2014-1-AT-E4AKA1-ECHE