RURASMUS is composed of two terms:
“rural” – which stands for the rural area.
“Erasmus” – this is a well-known student exchange program of the European Union.
Both bachelor and master students can take part in a RURASMUS semester if their college or university is located in an ERASMUS+ program country or partner country.
RURASMUS students bring with them their subject-specific knowledge and skills. They should also be independent, organized and communicative. It is desirable that their language skills of the country visited are at a level of A2 (basic user) / B1 (independent user), or at least that English is mastered at the B1 level.
RURASMUS is open to all fields of study.
A RURASMUS semester lasts four to six months, depending on the framework conditions of the universities and colleges, the local community and the students. By agreement, a slight deviation is possible.