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Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics


General information

Students of all nationalities are eligible for Erasmus work and study places, and can receive the Erasmus grant. Students who receive the Cambridge Bursary may continue to receive it even if they have an Erasmus grant, though the grant must be declared as 'other income'.

Studying under Erasmus

Cambridge has Erasmus links with many universities throughout Europe. Study under the Erasmus scheme is only possible with universities with whom we have an agreement.

List of Erasmus study places for 2019-20 


List of study places at European Partner Institutions for 2020-21 

List of study places at European partner institutions for 2021-22 

Working under Erasmus

It is possible to undertake an Erasmus traineeship (work placement) as long as your prospective year abroad employer is willing to sign an Erasmus Learning Agreement for Traineeships.

All British Council Assistantships within the EU are eligible for Erasmus.

Turing Scheme

The Government has announced that the new Turing Scheme, supporting international mobility opportunities for students, will replace the UK's participation in Erasmus from 2021/22. The competitive application process is open for institutions to bid for funding. One application can be submitted per institution. The University’s bid will be coordinated by the International Student Office (ISO). Please note that students cannot apply for funding themselves. The outcome of the application will not be known until July and funding through the scheme is not guaranteed. If the bid is successful, funding arrangements are likely to be different to Erasmus and will be updated on ISO website.