Erasmus+ Study Mobility Program
Erasmus+ Study Mobility Program
CEU students may spend 1 or 2 semesters or terms (a period of 3* to 12 months) at a partner university under the Erasmus+ Study Mobility Program. Awarded students receive a grant, which is a contribution to travel and the cost of living and studying in another country. Applicants are selected for an Erasmus+ Study Mobility on the basis of academic ability and the relevance of the proposed study plan to their studies at CEU.
Students taking part in an Erasmus+ Study Mobility are exempted from paying fees for tuition, registration, examinations and access to laboratory and library facilities at the receiving institution. However, small fees may be charged for costs such as insurance, student unions and the use of miscellaneous material such as photocopies, laboratory products, on the same basis as these are charged to local students.
* Minimum duration of a study period is 3 months, or 1 academic term or trimester.
WHERE CAN I GO?
Students must carry out their mobility activity in a Program Country different from Hungary and their country of permanent residence.
The Erasmus Program Countries are the following:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Turkey
The receiving institution must be a Program Country higher education institution awarded with an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education, having signed an inter-institutional agreement with CEU.
HOW LONG IS THE MOBILITY PERIOD?
Minimum duration of a study period abroad is 3 months, or 1 academic term or trimester, maximum duration 12 months.
The duration is calculated from the first day the student is required to be at their place of study or traineeship, including induction days etc. The end date is the last date they need to be present. Priority will be given to students participating in the program for the first time (during their CEU studies) and to those choosing a destination country different from their country of permanent residence.
Please note, that students may participate in the Erasmus+ Mobility Program for studying or being trained abroad several times, totalling up to 12 months maximum per each level of study (short cycle, bachelor, master, doctoral).
HOW MUCH IS THE GRANT?
Selected applicants are eligible to receive a grant to partially support their mobility, thus may not cover all the actual expenses incurred. Students are responsible for making all their travel, accommodation and related arrangements. The amount of the grant is set by the Erasmus Program and depends on the receiving country.
It is calculated at a monthly rate, where one month is equivalent to 30 days. In case of incomplete months, the number of days are multiplied by 1/30.
Based on country rates, the amount of the grant can be:
• 520 EUR/month for Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxemburg, Liechtenstein, Norway, Sweden and United Kingdom
• 470 EUR/month for Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain and The Netherlands
• 420 EUR/month for Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey
The grant will be paid in two instalments: 80% pre-financing upon the signature of the grant contract but not sooner than 30 days prior to the start of the Study Mobility. 20% is transferred at the end of the mobility period, pending on receipt by the Erasmus Office of all documentation and the submission of the online EU survey. All payments are processed through bank transfer.
Students that receive an Erasmus+ EU grant will fully or partially reimburse the EU grant if they do not comply with the terms of the grant contract (unless they were prevented from completing their planned activities abroad due to a case of force majeure). They may be asked to partially or fully reimburse the EU grant received if they fail to complete and submit the final online report.