Organisations interested in applying for funding, need to be aware of the Priorities of the Erasmus+ Programme. Interested organisations also need to read the Higher Education Mobility section of the Erasmus+ Programme Guide to get familiar with the programme rules, objectives of the action and the award criteria.
This higher education mobility action supports physical and blended mobility of higher education students in any study field and cycle. This action also supports higher education teaching and administrative staff to take part in professional development activities abroad as well as staff from the world of work to teach and train students or staff at higher education institutions.
Furthermore, this action supports blended intensive programmes, allowing for groups of higher education institutions to jointly develop blended mobility curricula and activities for students as well as academic and administrative staff.
National Erasmus+ offices (NEOs) support the European Commission and national governments in implementing Erasmus+ in select third countries that are not part of the programme. These nations may be found in the Western Balkans, the Eastern and Southern Neighbors, and Central Asia.
Who can participate?
The applicant organisation must be established in an EU Member State or third country associated to the Erasmus+ programme and have a valid higher education accreditation. It may either apply as an individual higher education institution, requiring an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE), or on behalf of a mobility consortium, requiring a consortium accreditation.
What activities can take place?
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European Student Card Initiative
The European Student Card Initiative helps students and higher education institutions on Erasmus+ exchanges by simplifying administrative processes and enhancing digitalisation.
This initiative is built upon 3 building blocks:
- European Student Card
- Erasmus+ App
- Erasmus Without Paper
What is funded?
Funding rules applying to all mobility activities in higher education
Organisational support – implementation of mobility activities that are not covered by other cost categories including preparation costs and support to participants.
Inclusion support – additional funding for participants with fewer opportunities
Exceptional costs – Such as costs for providing a financial guarantee, if the National Agency asks for it; or visas.
Grant support for the mobility of students
- Individual support for physical mobility – base monthly amounts for long-term mobility
- Students and recent graduates on short-term physical mobility – base daily amounts of individual support (blended mobility and doctoral short-term mobility)
- Travel Support
Disadvantaged background top-ups for student mobility
- Equity and Inclusion
The Erasmus+ Programme aims at promoting equity and inclusion by facilitating the access to participants with disadvantaged backgrounds and fewer opportunities compared to their peers whenever disadvantage limits or prevents participation in transnational activities for reasons described in the implementation guidelines of the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps Inclusion and Diversity Strategy.
Grant support for the mobility of staff
- Travel support- Return travel costs of participants and accompanying persons from their country of origin to the venue of the activity
- Individual support (per day) – Subsistence for participants
Blended intensive programmes
- Organisational support
NB: All involved higher education institutions from eligible Programme countries must hold an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE).