The European exchange programme Erasmus (European Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) is an exchange programme developed by the European Union in 1987 which gives students the opportunity to study abroad for one or two semesters based on bilateral agreements between their home university and a multitude of partner/guest universities. Credits earned within this framework will be accredited by the partner universities. The recognition of academic achievements is based on the requirements of the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS), the respective examination regulations, and the Lisbon Convention. Important documents for recognition are the Learning Agreement and the Transcript of Records. For information about the Grading System please consult the Examination Regulations of the respective course of study. Appeals can be made at the Office of Academic and Student Affairs in case recognition is not granted.

Student Mobility



  • Confirmation of Stay
  • Information on:
    Emergency telephone numbers

General information
Please contact the Admissions' Office for all matters concerning Visa, Health Insurance and Residence Registration.


Erasmus Office

Friedensau Adventist University
Otto-Lüpke-Haus, Room 306 A/B
An der Ihle 5 A
D-39291 Möckern-Friedensau


Dr. phil. Friedegard Föltz
P +49 (0) 3921/ 916 189
F +49 (0) 3921/ 916 201

Dr. phil. Simone Emmert
, LL.M.Eur.
P +49 (0) 3921/ 916 244
F +49 (0) 3921/ 916 201

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ECHE: 272694-EPP-1-2019-1-DE-EPPKA1-ECHE
ERASMUS+ Charta 2014-2020
ERASMUS+ Policy Statement