Erasmus + scholarships for cell college students

If you are going through the Erasmus + program, you can get a grant. The amount is not the same for all students: it depends on the host country, your institution, the social criteria or the means of transport you use. An Erasmus + grant can in certain cases amount to more than € 1,000 per month.

All students are entitled to mobility grant underErasmus + program. This scholarship can even be combined with others, such as the regional or city scholarship.

Its height depends on several criteria. Also, don’t be surprised that you don’t get the same amount as your classmates. From this year, except for the “introductory” scholarship you can use several financial supplements.

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Erasmus + scholarships for student mobility in higher education
The amount of the monthly scholarship Monthly supplement for traineeship mobility “Inclusion” monthly supplement Additional unit “Environmentally responsible travel”
Group 1 countries From 310 to 600 € +150 € +250 EUR * + € 50
Group 2 countries From 260 to 540 € +150 € +250 EUR * + € 50
Group 3 countries From 200 to 490 € +150 € +250 EUR * + € 50
* If the student meets one of the nine enrollment criteria.

200 to 750 euros from the Erasmus + grant

The only condition for obtaining a scholarship is the length of stay : study mobility during the training course must be at least two months.

Each university then determines the amount it awards to all its students. according to the scope of the Erasmus + program. It depends on the host country, as the cost of living can be as much as doubled.

Students who complete study mobility:

  • in a Group 1 country (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden)grant from 310 to 600 euros per month.
  • in a Group 2 country (Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain)stock exchange in quantities including from 260 to 540 euros per month.
  • in a Group 3 country (Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Northern Macedonia, Turkey)stock exchange in quantities including from 200 to 490 euros per month.

The amount of these scholarships corresponds to study mobility. Those who undergo internship mobility will receive an additional financial assistance of 150 euros per month, regardless of destination.

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“Inclusion” surcharge 250 euros per month

New from this year: the “Inclusion” add-on. It is intended for all students who can meet at least one of the nine criteria :

  • be disabled or long-term employed;
  • to live in a municipality included in the rural revitalization zone (ZRR);
  • live at an address classified as a priority part of the city;
  • be a holder of a scholarship based on social criteria, level 6 or 7 (or receive a secondary scholarship, level 1 to 3, or a secondary scholarship, level 4 to 6);
  • belongs to a household whose family quotient CAF is less than or equal to EUR 551;
  • be a category A job seeker for more than a year;
  • be included in one of the following programs: combating early school leaving, voluntary agreement on integration, contractual support path to employment and autonomy and guarantee for young people, adapted military service or voluntary military service, TAPAJ program (alternative paid work per day) .

The amount of the financial surcharge does not depend on your institution or host country. In all cases, it is 250 euros per month.

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Surcharge “Environmentally responsible travel” in the amount of 50 euros

Finally, you may be awarded a final financial supplement if you choose “green” transport, such as bicycle, bus, train or carpool, to travel to your host country. This increase is the same for everyone, regardless of mobility choice and distance traveled 50 eur. This assistance is paid only once you leave.

To obtain these “Inclusion” and “Eco-responsible travel” add-ons, it is sufficient to provide this information to your institution’s international relations department. You will then need to provide proof. Your institution will then pay you the amount. Please note that no further assistance will be provided without your request.

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