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Erasmus+  for Higher Education is part of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. Its aim is to promote cooperation between European institutions of higher education as well as student and staff exchange between the institutions. The programme also promotes cooperation and mobility between institutions of higher education and the working life (e.g. internship exchanges). 

At JAMK, Erasmus+ is one of the focal exchange programmes as well as sources of funding for mobility. Every year JAMK sends out and receives hundreds of Erasmus+ exchange students. Teacher and staff mobility includes teaching and other expert assignments in countries which participate in the Erasmus+ programme. 

 
JAMK Institutional Erasmus+ Information

Erasmus Charter 29483-EPP-1-2014-1-FI-EPPKA3-ECHE
Erasmus code: SF JYVASKY11
PIC code: 996682955

Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014 - 2020

Erasmus Policy Statement (Overall Strategy)

Erasmus Diploma Supplement Label 2013 - 2016

Erasmus Award for Excellence 2013

Further information: International Services
(unit responsible for coordinating and administering the Erasmus+ mobility programme at JAMK)

Outgoing Erasmus+ Student, Teacher and Staff Mobility

Through the Erasmus+ programme, JAMK students and staff can study, train and work abroad at JAMK’s European partner institutions and businesses/organisations in the EU area.

Instructions for applying on Erasmus+ mobility are found under section "internationalisation" in student intra / staff intra (username and password required).

Erasmus+ Partners Looking for institutions with whom JAMK co-operates in the Erasmus+ mobility programme? See the list of JAMK's international partners

Results of Erasmus+ mobility at JAMK

In the Erasmus+ programme we are among the most funded higher education institutions in Finland. Indeed, our successful execution of the programme has been recognised by the Finnish National Agency EDUFI and the European commission.

In recent years especially our Erasmus+ staff mobility has notably increased thanks to our active campaigning. Consequently, this success story was released in the publication of the European Commission Supporting reform: the role of Erasmus in higher education in late 2013. We were also awarded with Erasmus Golden Award for Excellence 2013, first place in quality and staff mobility in Europe.

The National Erasmus Agency EDUFI made a follow-up visit to JAMK related to the implementation of the Erasmus+ programme. The results were very positive. We received good feedback e.g. on the transparency of our mobility processes and managing the funding. EDUFI also found the number of students and staff participating in the programme very positive. All in all, the feedback highlighted the overall successful implementation of the programme.