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erasmus...is it possible for Non Eu students?


Raj_ryder 10 | 106  
2 Dec 2009 /  #1
I thght id go to portugal and study for a semester(lisbon sounds like fun) but one of my freinds from czech republic told me that erasmus iis only for EU students...shuda guessed i spose but just to confirm is he right?

if he is how is it that turkish blokes come here and study(i have some in my uni)?
and again if he is right, what else can i do to get student exchange to another country without actually shelling out a ton?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,131  
3 Dec 2009 /  #2
but just to confirm is he right?

Yep, it's EU subsidised and for EU citizens (plus a few others that have quite close links to the EU) only.

if he is how is it that turkish blokes come here and study(i have some in my uni)?

They're quite closely linked with the EU in some respects and there are bilateral treaties governing this sort of thing. Turkey will probably never become an EU member, but they do cooperate in many, many ways. The Customs Union is one example.

what else can i do to get student exchange to another country without actually shelling out a ton?

Check your university in Poland, check universities elsewhere to see what scholarships are available - if you're an exceptional student in Poland, you might find doors opening up for you.

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