Mobility Programme

Erasmus+ is a European Commission exchange programme that enables students in 31 European countries to study for part of their degree in another country. Students from the second year of study onwards have the opportunity to participate in the Erasmus Mobility Programme, and spend one semester studying at an exchange-partner university in Europe. Dennis Gabor College welcomes Erasmus exchange students and teaching/administrative staff from its partner universities with a bilateral agreement.

Incoming students:

In the 2021/22 Academic Year DGC can only accept Erasmus students in the Spring Semester.

Information sheet

Academic calendar

Course catalogue


For Erasmus students DGC offers the following possibilities:

1. Courses in English

DGC offers short programmes in English for international students; the list of the available courses can be found in the information sheet. (please note, that the course will start only if the required minimum number of students will enrol). More information and description of the courses in English (here)

2. Courses in Hungarian with consultation in English

Erasmus students can participate in the Hungarian courses and have a tutor to consult with in English

Course catalogue, description of courses (in Hungarian)

3. Final thesis

Students can work on their final thesis with the guidance of a supervising teacher.


Student Mobility for Studies:

Students wishing to attend Erasmus mobility at DGC need to contact their own International Office first.
Then please fill in and send us the following documents by e-mail: erasmus (at)


For the spring semester:   30 November

Student Mobility for Traineeship

Applicants must be officially nominated by their home university, and have a work plan for the traineeship period accepted by the responsible persons.



As soon as you are accepted, the staff of DGC’s International and Project Office will contact you and provide the necessary information (accommodation, travel, etc.)

For further information please contact DGC’s Erasmus coordinator:
erasmus (at)


Our partner institutions

Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden (Germany)

Tampere University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

Hellenic Mediterranean University (Greece)

Groupe ESAIP (France)

Istanbul Kültür University (Turkey)

St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of VelikoTurnovo (Bulgaria)

Instituto Superior de Comunicaçao Empresarial (Portugal)

University of Computer Sciences and Economics (Poland)

Polytechnic Institute of Santarém - School of Management and Technology (Portugal)

Panevezys College (Lithuania)
University of Tours (France)

Erasmus Policy Statement

Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021_2027

Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014_2020