Erasmus outgoing students are students of the Lauder Business School who spend one Erasmus exchange semesters at a partner university.
The Erasmus+ Program is the action scheme of the European Union to support cooperation and mobility in education. The part of the program that concerns higher education institutions is called ERASMUS (European Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students). The Lauder Business School currently has bilateral agreements with 3 universities in Israel and can offer 4 students study places at 2 out of 3 universities.
What does the ERASMUS program offer? Participating students benefit from a simplified enrolment process at the host university, they receive a mobility grant and are exempt from tuition fees. The courses that are completed abroad can be transferred to the Lauder Business School (in accordance with the director of studies).
For further information about the Erasmus+ Program, you can find the official Programme Guide under “Erasmus+ Programme Guide”.
Current application period: from January 15th up to April 9th, 2018 , you can apply for the ERASMUS Program for the academic year 2018/19.