Erasmus Undergraduate Exchanges


Can LSE support my work placement under Erasmus?
LSE does not currently support work placements in the EU under the Erasmus+ programme.

Impact of Brexit on Erasmus Exchanges

LSE's current Erasmus project has been extended to be 36 months in length and this will now end on 31 May 2023.  This means that the Sciences Po and other undergraduate exchanges to European institutions will continue to benefit from Erasmus +. However, we will not receive any additional funding in the future so you should be aware that:


  • If you are successfully selected to attend Sciences Po or you are participating in the BSc Language, Culture and Society or BSc Management exchanges, you will continue to benefit from the bilateral fee waiver.
  • We are unable to fund future exchanges due to our grant having to last from 2020 - 2023.
  • We appreciate that this will be disappointing and may affect the decision of some students to apply for the exchange, but we strongly recommend that as we do not have the same level of funding beyond 2020, applicants should apply on the basis that they will need to self-fund their exchange. 

    Alternate funding may be available via the Turing Scheme.
  • The Erasmus Team no longer complete the selection processes for exchanges. For more information on opportunities available, please check the GO LSE web pages.

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