ERASMUS + is the European Union's program for education, training, youth and sport. This program has run from 2014 and consolidates a single framework supporting the areas of education, training, youth and sport and other international programs, including Jean Monnet and Erasmus Mundus.
The Erasmus + program is intended to support education, training, youth and sport in all sectors of lifelong learning, including higher education, vocational training, adult education, school education, youth activities and training in the field of sport.
GIPA has participated in the Erasmus+ Program since 2016.
GIPA offers individual mobility opportunities for learning or training purposes for its students, academic and administrative staff in Europe. These mobility projects will allow participants to travel to another country to study, work, teach, train and develop professional skills.
University of Hamburg
Universität Hamburg was founded in 1919 and is the largest institution for research and education in northern Germany. Six Nobel Prize Winners and one Wolf Prize Winner are affiliated with UHH.
Memorandum of Understanding as well as the Agreement for the Exchange of Students were signed in December 2017. In accordance with the Students Exchange Agreement, both parties agree to accept 4 students each academic year to participate in the exchange.
Subject areas: All;
Besides, as of 2020, University of Hamburg and GIPA cooperate under Erasmus+ "International Credit Mobility" (ICM) Programme; (Students and staff exchange);
Subject areas: Public administration, Journalism;