The importance and meaningfulness of student mobility are undisputed in today’s world. Whether you are interested in a destination in the region, abroad or at another university in Switzerland, you can benefit from the University of Basel’s offers in many ways. By spending time at another university, you expand your horizons and get to know a new culture or cultural nuances in your own country. You gain insight into another educational and research system and can contrast these impressions with your experiences in your native teaching and learning culture. Finally, you also improve your language skills.
You are a student at the University of Basel and would like to benefit from spending a semester or two at one of our partner universities.
You are a student at one of our partner universities and would like to come to to the University of Basel on an exchange program.
International exchange programs
Let’s go abroad! Mobility within institutionalized exchange programs is an attractive opportunity to gain insight into foreign universities and cultures with relatively little administrative effort.
Promoting student mobility in Switzerland
The Swiss Mobility Program lets you spend one or two semesters at another Swiss university – without a great deal of administrative effort. You remain enrolled at the home university where you continue to pay your tuition fees. You do not pay any tuition fees at the host university.
Eucor - The European Campus
Eucor - the European Campus is the cross-border confederation of Upper Rhine universities in Basel, Freiburg, Strasbourg, Mulhouse/Colmar and Karlsruhe. The University of Basel student ID allows you to attend classes and use the libraries and other facilities of these universities. Students who attend classes at a European Campus university during the semester are reimbursed for commuting costs.
Erasmus Student Network
The Erasmus Student Network ESN is a Europe-wide student organization that promotes student exchange. The Basel section of the ESN strives to support exchange students at the University of Basel and to plan the stay in Basel in a way that runs as smoothly, is as interesting and as rich in variety as possible.