Undergraduate students with active student status at the Faculty of Medicne, the Faculty of Dentistry and the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences can apply for the Erasmus+ study program. The study program can be combined with the traineeship program which is a great opportunity to gain work experience.
Students of the Faculty of Health Sciences should contact the faculty’s coordinator, Nóra Rózsa-Oltvölgyi at etk.erasmus@semmelweis.hu


Who can apply?

Students applying for the Erasmus + student mobility program should:

    • be a full-time undergraduate student at Semmelweis University’s Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry or the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, and have an active student status during the period of application
    • have successfully completed the first 4 semesters by the time of the application
    • be enrolled for the 2nd semester or declares that his/her student status is not suspended because of academic reasons
    • study in a degree program of Semmelweis University or be a refugee, asylum seeker, immigrant or settled person in Hungary
    • have at least intermediate knowledge of English or the language of the country of the mobility
    • outstanding academic, scientific and public activity

Where can you go?

You can apply to those institutions in the member states of the European Union, Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Serbia and Turkey that Semmelweis University has an institutional agreement with.


Criteria of a successful mobility

  • The study mobility period can last from 2 months to 12 months
    ​A student can participate in the program multiple times either in the study, traineeship or post-graduate mobility programs. BUT! The total time period spent abroad cannot exceed 12 months in case of medical, dental and pharmaceutical students.
  • 15 credits have to be completed
  • Minimum 1 subject completed abroad has to be recognized by Semmelweis University

Financial and other support

There are different types of funds available for both the study and the traineeship mobilities. Detailed information on the grants and other types of support are found on the Student mobility programs page.