Erasmus (European Region Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) encourages international mobility by allowing students to study for a term / semester (the average stay is five months) or for a full academic year (the average stay is ten months) at a range of higher education institutions across Europe.

What is the Erasmus Programme?

Students study a course similar to, and recognised as fulfilling requirements of, that at home. IADT is proud to have Erasmus arrangements with over 20 Higher Education Institutions in Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, Turkey and the UK. (And we’re working on more!)

Why should I take part?

The academic, cultural, social and personal benefits are enormous. Erasmus is a valuable opportunity to connect with some of the best educational institutions in Europe in your field of study. It’s a great way to exchange ideas, experience the learning environment of a different culture, learn a language and meet new people. Returning students tell us how rewarding they found the intellectual challenge of living and studying in a different European environment. Time spent on Erasmus studies is fully accredited using the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). Courses you can exchange with are often taught in English.

Outgoing Erasmus Students

Information for IADT students wishing to participate in an ERASMUS programme abroad. Learn more about the academic requirements, eligibility and how to apply.

Incoming Erasmus Students

Information for international students wishing to participate in an ERASMUS programme at IADT.

Contact Details

IADT’s Erasmus Co-ordinator is Elena Somoza
Phone + 353 1 239 4922