Health is international
We, as a health university in the SRH health group, have been involved in international projects for years and maintain contacts with cooperation partners abroad.
We all know: Diseases know no boundaries. This applies to widespread diseases such as cancer, dementia, infections, diabetes or cardiovascular diseases, but also to secondary diseases, e.g. due to a stroke. For this reason, an internationally networked commitment of scientists and researchers is crucial. This is the only way to master these challenges.
Whether international research projects, scientific presentations at international congresses, guest professorships or guest lectureships at universities abroad - our professors are not only in demand in Germany.
You also have the opportunity to expand your knowledge and health skills, and what better way to do that than to benefit from international experts? With your participation in the Erasmus+ program, we offer you the opportunity to study in one of the many interesting participating countries. Your stay abroad will not only improve your career prospects, you will also get to know the country and its people and thus expand your social and cultural skills.
For more than 30 years, the European Union's higher education program "ERASMUS" has been promoting the cross-border mobility of students, teachers and university staff. Thus, the program explicitly contributes to the realization of a European Higher Education Area within the framework of the Bologna Process.
Further information and advice on Erasmus+ mobility measures can be found in the Erasmus+ Guide and at the DAAD.
Erasmus+ Student Charter
The obligations and rights of students in the Erasmus+ program are regulated in the "Erasmus+ Student Charter", which is to be handed out to each student before the start of the stay abroad.
- Erasmus+ aims to promote equal opportunities and inclusion. For this reason, single-parent students and students with special needs will have easier access to the program.
- Participants with disabilities can receive special funding.
- You can find useful information about universities with disabilities from the European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education here.
Special support for students with children:
- Students who take their child/children with them to the Erasmus+ study visit in a Program Country and who are single parents there during the Erasmus+ mobility can receive special funds as a lump sum.
All grantees who have participated in an Erasmus+ mobility action are required to prepare a Mobility Tool Plus report upon completion of the action and submit it together with relevant supporting documents (see relevant funding category).
European Policy Statement (EPS) 2021-2027
HEIs awarded the ECHE commit to the core themes of European higher education and the priorities of the new generation of Erasmus programs in their European Policy Statement (EPS), i.e. their Erasmus Statement on Higher Education Policy. The EPS describes both the general strategy of the HEI and the concrete implementation of the main principles of the program.
ERASMUS ID Code: D GERA01
Erasmus-Charta für die Hochschulbildung 2021-2027
Die Europäische Kommission verleiht die Erasmus-Charta an die SRH Hochschule für Gesundheit GmbH.
Die Erasmus-Charta für die Hochschulbildung (ECHE) bildet den allgemeinen Qualitätsrahmen für Kooperationsaktivitäten von Hochschuleinrichtungen auf europäischer und internationaler Ebene im Rahmen von Erasmus+. Die SRH Hochschule für Gesundheit verpflichtet sich, die allgemeinen Grundsätze der Erasmus-Charta zu erfüllen. Diese Grundsätze und Verpflichtungen werden über die nationale Erasmus+ Agentur überwacht.
Die Festlegungen und Verpflichtungen, die mit der Verleihung der Erasmus-Charta an die SRH Hochschule für Gesundheit GmbH einhergehen, sind hier verlinkt.
Erasmus+ also supports teachers from German universities at partner universities or in corresponding institutions in program countries. (STT - Staff Training)
Erasmus+ projects funded so far
- Prof. Dr. Franz Josef Stachowiak (Teaching abroad: Spain)
- Prof. Dr. habil. Claudia Wahn (Continuing Education Abroad & Teaching Abroad: Finland)
- Prof. Dr. Ute Vogt (Continuing education abroad: Malta)
- Prof. Dr. Sylvia Sänger (Continuing education and training abroad: England)
- Prof. Dr. Constance Daubert (Continuing education abroad: Ireland)
- Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Stier (Continuing education abroad: Ireland)
- Prof. Dr. Juliane Klann (Research exchange abroad: Sweden)
- Prof. Dr. Marion Burckhardt (Continuing education abroad: England)
Mobility of our staff
Erasmus+ supports staff of German universities at partner universities or in corresponding institutions in program countries for advanced and further training purposes (STT - Staff Training).