Students who join the Erasmus+ Programme study or do an internship for a period of at least three months to an academic year in another European country. The Erasmus+ Programme guarantees that the period spent abroad is recognised by their university when they come back as long as they abide by terms previously agreed.
A main part of the Programme is that students do not pay extra tuition fees to the university that they visit. Students can also apply for an Erasmus+ grant to help cover the additional expense of living abroad. Students with disabilities can also apply for additional grant to cover extraordinary expenses. The disability dimension is a part of EU work to promote opportunities for the disabled.
The Erasmus+ programme is focused on bachelor, master and PhD. students. The Department of Water Technology and Environmental Engineering provides Bachelor and Master degree level programmes as part of Erasmus+.
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The Erasmus Mundus Programme is the worldwide extension of the Erasmus programme, aimed at increasing academic cooperation between EU and non-EU countries. The Department of Water Technology and Environmental Engineering is a consortial member of The International Master of Science in Environmental Technology and Engineering (IMETE), an MSc. Erasmus Mundus programme organized by Ghent University (Belgium), UCT Prague (Czech Republic) and UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education (Delft, Netherlands). (Delft, The Netherlands). DWTEE also participates as an associated partner in a Ph.D. Erasmus Mundus program Enviromental technologies for contaminated solids, soils and sediments (ETeCoS3). PhD. students can receive financial support from Erasmus+, Erasmus Mundus or other foundations. ETeCoS3 is delivered by the consortium consisting of the University of Cassino (Italy), UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education (Netherlands), and Université Paris-Est (France).
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