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Funding rates in the Erasmus+ programme generation 2021-2027

Funding rates for mobility (2021/2022)Hide

Group 1 (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden) - 600 EUR

Group 2 (Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain) - 540 EUR

Group 3 (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Northern Macedonia, Turkey) - 490 EUR

Top-up for students and graduates with fewer chancesHide

Students with fewer opportunities receive 250 EUR per month in addition to their Erasmus+ grant.

In the 2022 project these groups are:

  • Students and graduates with a disability from GdB 20 or a chronic illness
  • Students and graduates who spend their stay abroad with children
  • First-generation university students from a non-academic home
  • Working students

Here you will find the Declaration of Honour for Top-Ups.

Funding opportunities for sustainable travel (Green Travel)Hide

Students will receive a top-up of 50.00 EUR for environmentally friendly travel in the new 2021-2027 programme generation and can also apply for up to four additional funding days.

According to the ERASMUS+ Guide, environmentally friendly travel is carried out mainly by sustainable means of transport such as bus, train or car sharing.

Travelling in your own car and without passengers, or by plane or ferry, is not considered low-emission and therefore cannot be supplemented by the Top-Up.

Here you will find the Declaration of Honour for Top-Ups.

Important: Evidence of climate-friendly travel is subject to random checks. Receipts for environmentally friendly travel to and from the destination must therefore be kept in the original for five years and submitted to the International Office for verification upon request. If it is not possible to provide proof, the funding must be repaid.

Funding amountHide

The funding is calculated monthly on the basis of the above-mentioned funding rates and can be received for a maximum of 4 months (120 days) per stay.

Payment is made in 2 instalments:

  • 1st instalment approx. 70% (after the start of the stay)
  • 2nd instalment approx. 30% (after the end of the stay)

The first payment for the duration of the stay is based on the period of time specified by the host university in the letter of admission.

The final calculation of the funding amount is based on the actual duration of stay, which is confirmed by the foreign host university in the Certificate of Arrival and the Certificate of Departure.

This actual funding amount is then offset against the first instalment in the second instalment payment.

Introductory weeks or language course

Language courses or introductory events at the foreign university that take place before the actual start of the semester can also be funded.  As proof, a confirmation of participation must be submitted with the documents for the 2nd instalment.

Reclaiming the grant for study abroadHide

The International Office must provide the DAAD / the EU in Bonn with evidence of study periods abroad in the form of the complete funding documents. If the documents have not been submitted in full, the entire grant must be repaid.

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