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Study abroadEuropean Exchanges & ERASMUS

The University of Strathclyde has ERASMUS agreements with more than 200 universities throughout Europe and welcomes around 500 inbound exchange students to Strathclyde each year.

To check if your University has an agreement with Strathclyde, you should contact the ERASMUS/International Office at your home university. They will be able to confirm if there is an agreement and which subject areas it covers.

ERASMUS Nominations and Applications

All ERASMUS nominations should be made online by the partner University via the link below.  If a partner University requires login details, please contact Alejandra Moir on alejandra.moir@strath.ac.uk


Log on to our nomination portal Mobility Online.

Once the nomination has been approved, an email will be sent directly to the nominee inviting them to register with the system to create an account and submit an Exchange Application.

In addition to completing an online application, applicants will require to upload the following supporting documents:-

- current academic transcript
- passport information page

Guide to Selecting Classes

Exchange students usually take classes/courses amounting to 60 Strathclyde credits (30 ECTS credits) per semester. This is considered a regular full-time load.

You should list all the classes you are interested in taking in order of preference in your online application (no more than 6 per semester). 60% of them should be from the same department or subject area. (For students applying under ERASMUS, at least 60% of the classes should be from the department which owns the agreement.) This will be your primary host department at Strathclyde during your exchange. You may be able to select one or two classes from another department if you meet the prerequisites and if the other department approves them.

You can only select classes from a maximum of two departments to provide the best chance of them timetabling effectively. In some cases, it may not be possible to confirm your secondary classes until you arrive.

It is highly recommended that all applicants have some flexibility around their classes in case any of them need to be changed on arrival.

For details of available classes/courses, please refer to the Guide to Selecting Classes

Nomination & application deadlines

 Semester 1 (commencing September)

  • Nomination deadline - 1 May
  • Application deadline - 15 May

Semester 2 (commencing January)

  • Nomination deadline - 1 October
  • Application deadline - 15 October

 Application factsheet

We encourage you to read our factsheet before you begin your application.

**Please note the information contained in this document is subject to change due to changes in regulations

ERASMUS Learning Agreement

Applicants should use the Learning Agreement provided by their home University. For the 'Host Institution' section, Strathclyde's details are as follows:

Name: Strathclyde University
Address: Learning and Teaching Building, Room TL701, Glasgow, G1 1XN
Country: Scotland
Country Code: GB
Contact person (name): Alejandra Moir
Contact person (email): alejandra.moir@strath.ac.uk

Applicants should send their Learning Agreement to your departmental coordinators once they have received a Confirmation of Acceptance email which will include details of all the classes which have been provisionally approved.  These are the classes you should list in your Learning Agreement as these are the only ones that can be approved.  Any other classes can be agreed on arrival and you will need to complete a Changes to Learning Agreement document.


Housing Arrangements

As part of the application process, applicants will be invited to complete a campus housing application outlining their preferences.   You can find accommodation options for exchange students online here.  Unfortunately, campus housing is not guaranteed due to the limited campus spaces available. If your application is unsuccessful you'll receive further information and guidance from the Housing Office advising you of alternative options in the private sector which you can explore independently.