Pallas University of Applied Sciences (Pallas), ERASMUS ID
EE TARTU05, PIC 949148202 participates actively in the Erasmus program that is the European Union’s program to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe.

Pallas has been awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027.
The Erasmus Policy Statement is available here.

The Erasmus program was initiated at Pallas UAS in 2001.

In December 2009, Estonian Ministry of Education and Research and Archimedes Foundation nominated Pallas the most successful educational institution in Estonia regarding international activities.

Pallas has also been chosen to the Erasmus Europe Success Stories Brochure published in October 2010.

In October 2017 Pallas organised successfully its first International Week and International Conference followed by International Summer Schools in 2019 and 2021.

The percentage of outward mobility in the frame of Erasmus in 2018/2019 was nearly 10. Based on this criterium, Pallas is among the top higher education institutions in Estonia which are engaged in Erasmus.

Pallas invites staff from partner institutions to carry out academic work in one of the seven specialty departments.

Staff visits for training/job shadowing may be possible upon previous agreement with the specialty department staff or the International Relations Manager.

Academic and non-academic staff from partner institutions interested in visiting Pallas are welcome to contact the International Relations Manager.



Prospective Erasmus exchange students should contact the international relations office at their home university before sending their application materials.

Detailed info for incoming students is available here.