General information

Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Programme

For over 30 years, Europe has funded the  Erasmus programme, which has enabled over  four million European students to spend part of their studies in another higher education institution (HEI) in Europe. In 2015, Erasmus+ opened up these opportunities, funding mobility from other parts of the world to "Programme Countries", and for outgoing mobility for European students to go to "Partner Countries”.

Credit mobility can be defined as a limited period of study or traineeship abroad (in the framework of ongoing studies at a home institution) for the purpose of gaining credits. After the mobility phase, students return to their home institution, where the credits are recognised and they complete their studies.

 

How does it work?

 

Students and doctoral candidates are able to study abroad for a period of 3 months (or one academic term or trimester), up to a maximum of 12 months in each study cycle and may benefit from an Erasmus+ grant. As from mid - 2018, traineeships within a company are also possible, for 2 to 12 months. Staff can spend a teaching and/or training period abroad from 5 days (excluding travel) to a maximum of 2 months and may also benefit from a grant. The grant for staff may provide funding for two additional days of travel (one before and one after the mobility).

In order for the mobility to happen, a HEI in a Programme Country must sign an inter -institutional agreement with a HEI in a Partner Country. Under this agreement, it can host students, doctoral candidates or staff from the Partner Country HEI, and can also send students, doctoral candidates or staff to the Partner Country HEI. In the agreement, the sending and receiving institutions agree on the range of courses open to visiting students and on the options for staff mobility. These agreements make sure that the sending institution will recognise the credits gained by its students for successfully completed activities abroad, which will contribute to the student's degree once they return. Programme Country HEIs require an Erasmus Chart er for Higher Education to apply and take part; by signing the inter - institutional agreement, Partner Country HEIs agree to adhere to these principles.

 

How is it funded?

 

Each Erasmus+ National Agency established in a Programme Country has a budget to fund a number of mobility projects between HEIs in that Programme Country and those in Partner Countries.

Institutions from Programme Countries can apply to their National Agency to organise projects with  HEIs in one or more Partner Countries. The National Agency awards the successful HEIs a grant to cover the mobility of a number of students and staff. This grant will cover the cost of the individual grants and also include a portion for organisational support.

 

About the grant

Travel costs

Insurance

Visa

Contact

Subject list

Grading System

Semester Info

Accommodation

Location, campuses of the University

 

The Grant

Project KA107-035566 2017-2019
Students to Hungary (Incoming) 750 Euro/Month
Students from Hungary to the partner countries (Outgoing) 650 Euro/Month
Staff to Hungary (Incoming) 140 Euro/Day
Staff from Hungary to the partner countries (Outgoing) 160 Euro/Day

 

Project KA107-047304 2018-2020
Students to Hungary (Incoming) 800 Euro/Month
Students from Hungary to the partner countries (Outgoing) 700 Euro/Month
Staff to Hungary (Incoming) 140 Euro/Month
Staff from Hungary to the partner countries (Outgoing) 180 Euro/Month

 

Travel costs

It depends on travel distance. Use the compulsory distance calculator: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/resources/distance-calculator_en

Project KA107-035566 2017-2019
Distance Travel support
100 - 499 KM 180 EUR/person
500 - 1999 KM 275 EUR/person
2000 - 2999 KM 360 EUR/person
3000 -  3999 KM 530 EUR/person
4000 - 7999 KM 820 EUR/person
8000 KM and above 1100 EUR/person
Project KA107-047304 2018-2020
Distance Travel support
0 - 99 KM  20 EUR/person
100 - 499 KM 180 EUR/person
2000 - 2999 KM 360 EUR/person
3000 -  3999 KM 530 EUR/person
4000 - 7999 KM 820 EUR/person
8000 KM and above 1500 EUR/person
 
 

Insurance

The European Commission does not provide any central insurance scheme. Please take in account, that a valid insurance is compulsory, both for students and staff.

To choose the best version see the attached file.

 

Visa

For Visa: http://konzuliszolgalat.kormany.hu/en

For residence permit: http://www.bmbah.hu/jomla/index.php?lang=en