Studierende mit Eis in Amsterdam

Outgoing students

We provide all the support you need before, during and after your semester abroad.

England, Hong Kong, or Peru? Congratulations on your decision to study abroad.

Exceptional service

Whether you’re keen on going abroad for an Erasmus+ mobility or taking advantage of an academic exchange semester outside the EU – we’ll be there to help you every step of the way.

Our team at the International Relations Office are experts on student grants, scholarships, and application processes. Benefit from their advice and find out more about our 170+ partner universities.

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to gain international experience. That’s why we’re committed to clearing away any hurdles you may encounter. With our support, you can rest assured that your time abroad will be well planned.

Studying abroad in the EU


The ERASMUS+ programme is the EU’s official student mobility programme, based on the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027 (ECHE) adopted by the participating institutions.

IMC Krems is a ERASMUS+ partner, enabling our students to access the world of opportunities that this European network opens up.

On the basis of bilateral agreements, the partner universities ‘swap’ students while guaranteeing that no tuition fees need be paid at the respective guest university.

In fact: you can apply for a Erasmus+ grant to help finance your time abroad.

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Courses completed abroad are accredited using the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS).



Studying abroad worldwide

Student exchange with non-EU partner universities is also done on the basis of bilateral agreements. It works along the same lines: our students don’t pay any additional tuition fees to our partner universities.

The growing number of incoming students from our partner universities provides our students with first-hand insights and also adds to the undeniable international flair of our university.

Scholarship and Research Grant Database

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Dual degrees

Some of our degree programmes hold a close cooperation with some selected partner universities – that allows you to obtain a so-called “dual degree” during your studies!

A dual degree programme offers the opportunity to obtain two independent degrees for completing two different curricula. The dual degree agreement between the partner universities specifies the arrangements for accrediting equivalent courses for what are otherwise independent degree programmes. The collaboration makes it possible to study simultaneously for two degrees and complete them in less time than it would take to do each programme separately. Each university is responsible for awarding its own degree.

Are you interested? Just contact us and we will inform you about your possibilities: international(at)

Our worldwide partner universities

Contact us

We'll also stay in touch during your semester abroad if you want. Should you run into difficulties you need help with, you can share them with us and we’ll do our best to provide you with support from Krems.

Accreditation after your exchange semester: completed semesters abroad are accredited as a normal semester on the basis of the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). Our team will be happy to explain the details to you.

If you have any questions, just send us an e-mail to international(at)

International Relations

  • Mag.(FH) Iris Waringer, MSc (WU)
    Head of International Relations
  • Regina Parzer
    Administration / International Relations