Hi all, I'm a phys junior in Spain thinking of doing my final undergrad year in another country in the EU, assuming I maintain my grant status in my senior year. My uni offers an exchange program at Copenhagen university which really caught my eye. There are many final year electives/grad courses that aren't offered at my current institution and I think it would be a good opportunity to get my foot in the door for a phd and/or masters Does anyone have experience studying abroad through the Erasmus program? Any general info/guidelines for physics exchange students would be really helpful. I'm a bit worried about course equivalence. For example: General Relativity and a course on electronics are mandatory senior courses, while in copenhagen they're grad courses/aren't offered at all(at least I failed to find a similar undergrad electronics course). I suppose my university wouldn't offer an exchange program with them if senior year wasn't considered equivalent right? I wouldn't want to have to take on another year as an undergrad because I'm missing one or two courses. I suppose my faculty is the best place to ask this, but I'm home for vacations now and I'm a bit impatient. :) I've spoken with some fellow countrymen from other careers that have gone on an Erasmus trip, but all they can tell me is how much they partied, learned about their host country, etc... zilch on academic matters.