Erasmus+ Grant

Important details

Requirements





 




















 

Study abroad:

  • You have to be registered as a full time student at the Erasmus University Rotterdam;
  • You have to be selected for study exchange to a partner university in one of the participating countries by your faculty;
  • The participating countries are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom*
  • You are going to live in the country of the partner university
  • You have to follow at least 2 courses abroad;
  • You have a min. stay abroad of 3 months and max. 12 months per degree programme (Bachelor, Master or PhD)*;
  • You’re going to live in one of the European programme countries:  
  • If you are an international student, you cannot get the grant if you are going on exchange to your home country or country of origin;
  • You have to undertake a language assessment both before and at the end of the mobility period in order to monitor progress in language competences. The language assessment is available in the languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Greek, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Czech and Swedish. Exceptions are made for native speakers.

* to be determined

Internship abroad:

  • You have to be registered as a full time student at the Erasmus University Rotterdam;
  • You have a min. stay abroad of 2 months and max. 12 months per degree programme (Bachelor, Master or PhD)*;
  • The participating countries are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom*
  • You are going to live in the country of the organisation/company where you’re going to do your internship at
  • Your internship has to be part of your study programme;
  • EU institutions and other bodies are excluded, see the list on the European Union website;
  • If you are an international student, you cannot get the grant if you are going on exchange to your home country or country of origin;
  • You have to undertake a language assessment both before and at the end of the mobility period in order to monitor progress in language competences. The language assessment is available in the languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Greek, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Czech and Swedish. Exceptions are made for native speakers.
  • It’s possible to do an internship abroad after graduation. You need to apply for this in advance, when you’re still enrolled to the study programme.

* to be determined

Nationality
  • All nationalities

Participating faculty

  • All faculties (ISS & IHS excluded)
     

Level of study


 

  • Bachelor
  • Master
  • PhD

Scholarship / Grant in €
(per 30 days)





















 

Grant amount for a study abroad 2019-2020

Group 1: Programme Countries with higher living costs

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, United Kingdom*, Liechtenstein, Norway

360
 

Group 2: Programme Countries with medium living costs

Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Malta, Portugal

300
 

Group 3: Programme Countries with lower living costs

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey

240
 

* to be determined

Grant amount for an internship abroad 2019-2020

Group 1: Programme Countries with higher living costs

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, United Kingdom*, Liechtenstein, Norway

480
 

Group 2 : Programme Countries with medium living costs

Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Malta, Portugal

420
 

Group 3: Programme Countries with lower living costs

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey

360
 

* to be determined

Deadline

Differs per faculty.

More details & contact

 

Once you have been selected by your faculty you will receive an email through Osiris confirming your nomination with instructions.
Website: General info: Erasmus+ Grant
Contact details per faculty

 

Application - Erasmus+ Grant

Follow these steps to apply:

  1. Contact your faculty at EUR to inquire about the application procedure;
  2. Once you've been selected by your faculty you will receive an email through Osiris confirming your nomination with further instructions.

Deadline: differs per faculty

Background information

Erasmus+ is the European programme for education, youth and sports. The programme runs from 2014 till 2020. This programme gives students the opportunity to go abroad for study exchange or an internship. Erasmus+ is the new European programme for education, youth and sport (see Erasmus Charter & Policy Statement). 

 

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    • In a lot of cases you will receive the scholarship for only one year. Please check the scholarship criteria carefully to avoid unpleasant surprises. Think about ways to finance your 2nd and/or 3rd year in advance.

    • Most of the requirement apply to:
       

      1. Study results / being an excellent student;
      2. Being able to demonstrate your ambition;
      3. Level of study;
      4. Obtained diplomas;
      5. Country of origin.
    • Your changes are slim, meaning that most students won't gain a scholarship. There are hundreds of new students each year, but there is not an equal amount of scholarships available. But you never know, you might just be one of the lucky (chosen) ones. As long as you take into account that you may have to arrange financial aid in a different way, you're fine.
    • That depends on the scholarship. The scholarship may be a partial tuition fee waiver which means you still need to pay tuition fee. Please check the criteria of your scholarship carefully.

    • In Holland, higher education is subsidized, which means that tuition fees can be kept relatively low, especially compared with the United Kingdom and the United States. Because of this, we do not have an extensive scholarship programme. This doesn't mean we don't have them at all though, so make sure to have a closer look.
    • In order to filter out the scholarships you might be able to apply for, take the following steps:

      1. Select on this page your current situation.
        By clicking on one of the situations, the scholarship overview that applies to you will be shown;
      2. All the basic requirements of the scholarship are mentioned in the table of the scholarship overview page. Check for country and region eligibility, study level and faculty specific information;
      3. Click on one of the scholarships for more details;
      4. To apply, follow the given application instructions.
    • You can find information on scholarships here.

    • First, select on the Scholarships and grants page if you're a student planning to study at Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) or whether you're already studying at EUR and thinking about going on exchange.

      After selecting one of these options, you'll land on a page with a scholarship overview applicable to your situation.