Those who take advantage of the Erasmus exchange program, which has been in existence since the late 1980s, are known as Erasmus students. Enables students to take courses at institutions in other EU countries for a fixed length of time Erasmus students study a broad range of courses, but the majority utilize the program to improve their language abilities in order to find a job in the international arena.
Because of the European Credit Transfer System, you may use the credits you earn while studying abroad toward your degree. For a minimum of two months and a maximum of a year every academic cycle, the Erasmus+ Program offers university students the opportunity to study or intern in another nation with financial support from the European Union. As a result of the expansion of the Erasmus+ program, students may now travel outside of Europe as well.