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Inclusion support

The University of Arts Linz aims to support and encourage students and recent graduates (for internships) with fewer opportunities and employees, in particular people with physical, mental or health impairments, to spend time abroad.

The International Office supports these target groups in planning their stay abroad. It is responsible for the (initial) communication with the partner universities and their Disability Offices for handling the mobility.

Erasmus+ inclusion support covers additional costs that are actually incurred in connection with a specific personal situation during the Erasmus+ stay. There must be an official invoice for these real costs.

Please do not hesitate to contact the International Office team if you have any questions on this topic! Further information: 
 

Incoming students and incoming university staff with physical, mental or health impairments have access to the same support services and facilities that are offered to all other students and staff. Additional financial Erasmus+ funding or any inclusion funding must be applied for at the home university

By signing the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) , each higher education institution commits to providing equal access and opportunities to all participants (regardless of their personal, cultural, social and economic background or existing barriers and obstacles to mobility). 
 

Inclusivemobility Website

Experience reports and a summary of infrastructures and opportunities at various European universities as well as those at our university can be found on the website inclusivemobility.eu and Kunstuniversität.
 

The following service points are available at our University 

Erasmus+ references

ExchangeAbility project exchangeability.eu/exchangeability
Exchange_Ability videos exchangeability.eu/meet-the-ambassadors
Erasmus+ Ambassadors issuu.com/iservice-europa/docs/eac-erasmus
European Commission - Erasmus+ ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/


The University of Arts Linz strives to promote, implement and communicate openness, a willingness to integrate and intercultural dialog, particularly in the context of international activities. The aim is to increase diversity at the University of Arts Linz and to recognize and promote the acceptance of a pluralistic society.
 

Data protection

Personal data is confidential and will only be processed in accordance with the respective federal laws to the extent necessary for your application and your participation in the Erasmus+ program.


update 20.12.2023