Erasmus/LLP & student mobility

 

Study and research abroad

Since 1992, the University of Vienna has participated in the ERASMUS exchange programme of the European Union. A new programme – the Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) – was implemented in 2007, which aims to improve the quality of mobility experiences and also support cooperation between universities and the private sector. 
With over 300 international partner universities, the University of Vienna is party to a general agreement that provides opportunity for the mutual exchange of students and also instructors within the framework of extant mobility programmes. 
Strengthening the mobility of researchers, instructors and students is a special concern of the University of Vienna and contributes to its position internationally as an institution of higher education and research. 
The inernational research ties of the Department of Prehistory and Historical Archaeology of the University of Vienna are marked by an especially long tradition. The implementation of the Erasmus/LLP programmes opens for the Department of Prehistory and Histoircal Archaeology another avenue to intensify these international relations and to expand its research network for specific purposes. The bilateral agreements, which so far have been signed with 20 partner universities, serve to promote the mobility of students, instructors and researchers so that they can conduct and optimize their studies and research projects within an exceptional research network. 
The ERASMUS coordinator for the Department of Prehistory and Historical Archaeology is there to assist you in personal counseling sessions regarding the ERASMUS and LLP programmes. Please make an appointment well in advance!

 

Erasmus Coordinator for the Department of Prehistoy and Historical Archaeology (since 2004)

Ass.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Alexandra KRENN-LEEB
Institut für Urgeschichte und Historische Archäologie
Universität Wien
Franz-Klein-Gasse 1
A-1190 Wien
T: (+43) 01-4277-40473
F: (+43) 01-4277-9404 
E: Alexandra.Krenn-Leeb@univie.ac.at

 

Information about the many Erasmus/LLP programmes along with the contact persons can be found here:

Research Services and International Office

BILATERAL ERASMUS/LLP MOBILITY and RESEARCH NETWORK of the Department of Prehistory and Historical Archaeology of the University of Vienna (2007–2013)

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1      Bamberg
2      Basel (until 2013)
3      Berlin
4      Bonn
5      Bradford
6      Bratislava
7      Brno
8      Budapest
9      Dijon
10    Dublin
11    Kiel
12    Ljubljana
13    London
14    München
15    Praha
16    Sheffield
17    Trento
18    Trondheim
19    Tübingen
20    Zürich
21    Hamburg
22    Zagreb

 

1    BAMBERG / Deutschland (DE)

Partner institute: Institute of Archaeology, Heritage Sciences and Art History 

Partner university: Bamberg01 – Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg / University of Bamberg

Research and teaching focuses: Medieval and modern archaeology, historical building research, historical monuments preservation, restoration sciences, prehistoric and protohistoric archaeology, Roman provinces, art history of the medieval, modern and contemporary periods

Erasmus coordinator: Prof. Dr. Ingolf Ericsson (medieval) and Prof. Dr. Andreas Schäfer (prehistory and early history)
Email: ingrid.hoesch@uni-bamberg.de bzw. ingolf.ericsson@uni-bamberg.de (medieval) or andreas.schaefer@uni-bamberg.de (prehistoric and protohistoric archaeology)
Homepage: http://www.uni-bamberg.de/iadk

 

2    BASEL / Switzerland (CH) (until 2013)

Partner institute: Seminar for Prehistory and Protohistorical Archaeology / Division for Later and provincial Roman Archaeology
Partner university: Basel01 – Universität Basel / Unviersity of Basel
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistory and protohistorical archaeology (Neolithic and Metal Ages, archaeology of the Roman provinces, medieval and modern archaeology, social history and gender history, archaeo-anthropology, research history, cultural education 
Erasmus coordinator: Prof. Dr. Brigitte Röder
Email: ufg-arch@unibas.ch or brigitte.roeder@unibas.ch
Homepage: http://ufg.unibas.ch/

 

3    BERLIN / Germany (DE)

Partner institute: Institute of Prehistoric Archaeology
Partner university: Berlin01 –Freie Universität Berlin / Free University of Berlin
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistorical and protohistorical archaeology (Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman Imperial Period), Cluster of Excellence TOPOI
Erasmus coordinator: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Wolfram Schier
Email: praehist@zedat.fu-berlin.de or wschier@zedat.fu-berlin.de
Homepage: http://www.geschkult.fu-berlin.de/e/praehist/

 

4    BONN / Germany (DE)

Partner institute: Institute of Art History and Archaeology / Division of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology
Partner university: Bonn01 – Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn / University of Bonn
Research and teaching focuses: European early history, medieval archaeology, research on the cultures of mounted nomads of Eurasia (Central Asia and Eastern Europe), archaeology of the Rhineland
Erasmus coordinator: Prof. Dr. Jan Bemmann
Email: sekretariat.vfgarch@uni-bonn.de or Jan.bemmann@uni-bonn.de
Homepage: http://www.vfgarch.uni-bonn.de/

 

5    BRADFORD / United Kingdom (UK)

Partner institute: School of Life Sciences/Division of Archaeological, Geographical and Environmental Studies
Partner university: Bradfor01 – University of Bradford
Research and teaching focuses: archaeology, archaeological sciences (geoarchaeology), bioarchaeology, forensic and archaeological sciences, geography and archaeology, environmental archaeology
Erasmus coordinator: Sen. Lect. Dr. Armin Schmidt
Email: A.Schmidt@bradford.ac.uk
Homepage: http://www.brad.ac.uk/archenvi/

 

6    BRATISLAVA / Slovakia (SK)

Partner institute: Department of Archaeology
Partner university: Bratisl02 – Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave / University of Bratislava
Research and teaching focuses: prehistoric and protohistoric archaeology, classical archaeology
Erasmus coordinator: PhDr. Peter Pavúk, PhD.
Email: pavuk@fphil.uniba.sk
Homepage: http://archeologia.fphil.uniba.sk

 

7    BRNO / Czech Republic (CZ)

Partner institute: Department of Archaeology and Museology
Partner university: Brno05 – Masarykova Univerzita / Masaryk University
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistoric and Protohistoric archaeology, medieval archaeology, methodologies and computer sciences for archaeology, petroarchaeology
Erasmus coordinator: Mgr. Ludmila Kaňáková Hladíková
Email: dobesova@phil.muni.cz or lidu.hladik@centrum.cz or 18950@mail.muni.cz
Homepage: https://archeo-muzeo.phil.muni.cz/en

 

8    BUDAPEST / Hungary (HU)

Partner institute: Institute of Archaeology
Partner university: Budapes01 – Eötvös-Loránd-Tudományegyetem/Eötvös-Loránd-Universität Budapest / Eötvös Loránd University Budapest
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistoric and protohistoric archaeology
Erasmus coordinator: Univ.-Doz. Dr. Tivadar Vida
Email: vida@archeo.mta.hu
Homepage: http://www.elte.hu/

 

9    DIJON / France (FR)

Partner institute: Department of the History of Art and Archaeology
Partner university: Dijon01 – Université de Bourgogne / University of Burgundy
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistoric and protohistoric archaeology (Bronze Age, Iron Age), environmental archaeology
Erasmus coordinator: Dr. Stefan Wirth
Email: marie-christine.potignon@u-bourgogne.fr or stefan.wirth@u-bourgogne.fr
Homepage: http://www.u-bourgogne.fr/

 

10    DUBLIN / Ireland (IE)

Partner institute: College of Arts & Celtic Studies/School of Archaeology
Partner university: Dublin02 – University College Dublin
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistoric archaeology, early medieval and medieval archaeology (Vikings), historical archaeology, landscape and environmental archaeology, material culture
Erasmus coordinator: Assoc. Prof. PhD Muiris O´Sullivan
Email: archaeology@ucd.ie or muiris.osullivan@ucd.ie
Homepage: http://www.ucd.ie/archaeology/

 

11    KIEL / Germany (DE)

Partner institute: Institute of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology
Partner university: Kiel01 – Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel / University of Kiel
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistoric and protohistoric archaeology (Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman Imperial Period), archaeology of the medieval and modern periods, archaeobotanics, archaeozoology, landscape and environmental archaeology (Excellence Initiative of the DFG, German Research Foundation)
Erasmus coordinator: Prof. Dr. Johannes Müller
Email: sekretariat.fu@ufg.uni-kiel.de or johannes.mueller@ufg.uni-kiel.de
Homepage: http://www.uni-kiel.de/ufg/

 

12    LJUBLJANA / Slovenia (SI)

Partner institute: Oddelek za Arheologijo / Department of Archaeology
Partner university: Ljublja01 – Univerza v Ljubljani / University of Ljubljana
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistoric and protohistoric archaeology (Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age), medieval archaeology, history of research
Erasmus coordinator: Dr. Tina Milavec
Email: tina.milavec@ff.uni-lj.si
Homepage: http://arheologija.ff.uni-lj.si/oddelek/

 

13    LONDON / United Kingdom (UK)

Partner institute: Institute of Archaeology
Partner university: London029 – University College London
Research and teaching focuses: Environment and culture, heritage studies, complex and literate societies, social and cultural dynamics, material culture and data science, theoretical archaeology
Erasmus coordinator: Dir. Prof. PhD Stephen Shennan
Email: s.shennan@ucl.ac.uk
Homepage: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/

 

14    MÜNCHEN / Germany (DE)

Partner institute: Department of Cultural and Antiquities Studies / Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology and Archaeology of the Roman Provinces
Partner university: Munchen01 – Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München / LMU Munich
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistoric and protohistoric archaeology (Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman Imperial Period, Early Middle Ages)
Erasmus coordinator: Prof. Dr. Carola Metzner-Nebelsick
Email: sek@vfpa.fak12.uni-muenchen.de or metzner-nebelsick@vfpa.fak12.uni-muenchen.de
Homepage: http://www.vfp-archaeologie.uni-muenchen.de/

 

15    PRAGUE / Czech Republic (CZ)

Partner institute: Ústav pro prav?k a ranou dobu d?jinnou / Institute for Prehistory and Early History
Partner university: Praha07 – Univerzita Karlova v Praze / Charles University Prague
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistory and early history, medieval archaeology
Erasmus coordinator: Prof. PhDr. Jan Klápště, CSc.
Email: pravdodej@ff.cuni.cz or Jan.klapste@ff.cuni.cz
Homepage: http://uprav.ff.cuni.cz/

 

16    SHEFFIELD / United Kingdom (UK)

Partner institute: Department of Archaeology
Partner university: Sheffie01 – University of Sheffield
Research and teaching focuses: Biological change, colonisation & population dispersal, technologies of production, consumption & exchange, technologies of image, representation & identity, landscape and environmental archaeology
Erasmus coordinator: Prof. PhD Marek Zvelebil
Email: archaeology@shef.ac.uk or m.zvelebil@shef.ac.uk
Homepage: http://www.shef.ac.uk/archaeology/

 

17    TRENTO / Italy (IT)

Partner institute: Dipartimento di Filosofia, Storia e Beni culturali / Department of Philosophy, History and Cultural Heritage
Partner university: Trento01 – Università degli Studi di Trento / University of Trento
Research and teaching focuses: Neolithic period, Copper Age, Bronze Age, funerary ritual, Ötzi – the Ice Man from Similaun, menhir research, settlement modelling
Erasmus coordinator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Annaluisa Pedrotti
Email: annaluisa.pedrotti@lett.unitn.it
Homepage: https://www.lettere.unitn.it/163/area-dipartimentale-di-filosofia-storia-e-beni-culturali

 

18    TRONDHEIM / Norway (NO)

Partner institute: Department of Archaeology and Religious Studies
Partner university: Trondhe01 – Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Research and teaching focuses: Maritime archaeology, textile technology, history of research, Viking archaeology, medieval archaeology, archaeology of religion, sociology and religion
Erasmus coordinator: Prof. Dr. Lise Bender-Jørgensen 
Email: rei@hf.ntnu.no or lise.bender@hf.ntnu.no 
Homepage: https://www.ntnu.edu/iak/department-of-archaeology-and-cultural-history

 

19    TÜBINGEN / Germany (DE)

Partner institute: Institute of Prehistory, Early History and Medieval Archaeology
Partner university: Tubinge01 – Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen / University of Tubingen
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistory and early history, archaeology of the medieval and modern periods, Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Mittelalter- und Neuzeitarchäologie, quaternary ecology, archaeometallurgy, excavation project Troia
Erasmus coordinator: Prof. Dr. Ernst Pernicka
Email: hildegard.jensen@uni-tuebingen.de or ernst.pernicka@uni-tuebingen.de
Homepage: http://www.ufg.uni-tuebingen.de/

 

20    ZÜRICH / Switzerland (CH)

Partner institute: Department of Archaeology, Prehistoric Archaeology Division
Partner university: Zurich01 – Universität Zürich / University of Zurich UZH
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistory of Switzerland, prehistoru of South Dalmatia, Iron Age (burial ground Giubiasco), mesolithic and neolithic in the Alpine area, Alpine landscape and environmental archaeology
Erasmus coordinator: Prof. Dr. Philippe della Casa
Email: prehist@uhist.uzh.ch or phildc@access.uzh.ch
Homepage: http://www.prehist.uzh.ch/

 

21    HAMBURG / Germany (D) 

Partner institute: Archaeological Institute / Institute for Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology
Partner university: Hamburg01 – Universität Hamburg / University of Hamburg
Research and teaching focuses: Prehistory and early history of Germany and Europe, scientific methods of analysis, ethnologic-sociologic models, experimental archaeology, archaeology and cultural history of the Mediterranean area, Egyptology, Mesoamerican studies, close contact with the disciplines of Art History, Folk Life studies and Ethnology, Cultural History through the partially shared library
Erasmus coordinator: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Britta Ramminger
Email: britta.ramminger@uni-hamburg.de
Homepage: http://www.uni-hamburg.de/archaeologie/

 

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