International CooperationMozarteum University Salzburg maintains many cooperation agreements with various institutions throughout the world and divides these into Erasmus+ and bilateral partnerships. The focus of activity in cooperation varies. However, the university aims to cooperate with a few excellent universities, intensively and regularly.
Erasmus+Erasmus+ is the new EU-programme for education, young persons and sport covering the period 2014 to 2020. After making a successful application to the European Commission, the Mozarteum University Salzburg was awarded the Erasmus Charter for university education for the entire period of the programme. An Erasmus Statement on University Policy was also drawn up (cf. International Educational Policy). The charter entitles the Mozarteum University to take part in all activities in the context of the new EU-programme Erasmus+, as well student and staff exchanges in the form of a period of study or teaching abroad or an activity to promote professional personal development.
A complete list of current Erasmus+ partner institutions valid for the period 2014 to 2020 can be downloaded from the following link:
You can find further information about Erasmus+ under the following link:
Erasmus-Code Mozarteum: A SALZBUR 02
Bilateral PartnershipsThe bilateral cooperation agreements which the Mozarteum University Salzburg maintains throughout the world with renowned institutions make artistic exchange possible in the form of cooperation projects or in the context of a period of study or teaching at a partner institution.
List of bilateral partnerships