Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility

Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility is a new option in the European Erasmus programme and allows student and staff exchange from countries outside the European Union to European universities with an Erasmus Charter.

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  1. Partner Universities
  2. Types of exchange
  3. Financial support

Partner Universities

  • University of Tlemcen
  • University Mentouri of Constantine
  • Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University (ADNSU)
  • Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU)
  • Georgean Technical University (GTU)
  • Tel Aviv University (TAU)
  • University Ben-Gurion of the Negev (BGU)

 

Types of exchange

International Credit Mobility supports the mobility of individuals enrolled or employed at a higher education institution from a programme country to a partner country (beyond Europe) or vice versa, namely:

  • student mobility for studies/traineeships
  • staff mobility for teaching/training

Each participant selected receive a grant which covers travel expenses and individual support to cover costs directly linked to the subsistence during the mobility.

 

Financial support

Each participant selected by their home university for Erasmus + ICM are entitled to the Erasmus + Scholarship. This scholarship covers travel expenses and individual support to cover costs directly linked to the subsistence during the mobility.
 

  • Individual support for incoming students: 850€ per month.
  • Individual support for incoming staff and teachers: 140€ per day.
  • Individual support for outgoing students: 650€ per month.
  • Individual support for outgoing staff and teachers: 160€ per day
Each selected candidate receives a grant in order to cover his travel expenses, depending the country he comes from.