Erasmus+ offers non-EU students opportunities to take part in its study exchanges for students at Bachelor, Master or Doctoral level, provided their country is eligible to participate in the required exchange (see section Who can take part ?).
In addition, scholarships are provided to students from the whole world to take part in an Erasmus Mundus Master programme, which is designed and delivered by an international partnership of higher education institutions.
See also Scholarships and student finance.
Students based in Africa
Master and doctoral students who are nationals and resident in an African country and are interested in study exchanges should consult the EU-funded Intra-Africa Academic Mobility scheme, which organises and supports exchanges for African students in another African country.