Erasmus Mobility Grants

Grants for students who are members of an EU, EEA or associated nation or possess a valid UK residence permit, and are registered at a UK institution of higher education and have completed their first year of study. Grants are to enable students to study abroad or work abroad.

Last updated on 29 April 2020

Who is eligible?

To be eligible you must be:

  • registered at a university or college that holds an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education;
  • on a higher education course which leads to a recognised degree (or other recognised tertiary level qualification) up to and including the level of doctorate;
  • or enrolled in a short-term higher vocational education course, which includes foundation degree courses, or a part-time student (providing you study full-time during your period abroad).

How to apply?

Erasmus+ higher education funding is open to UK organisations involved in higher education. This includes degree awarding organisations as well as organisations offering courses leading to a degree.

To apply for Erasmus+ higher education funding or take part in a project, your institution must hold an Erasmus Charter For Higher Education (ECHE) or Mobility Consortium with Higher Education Consortium accreditation.

Students are not able to apply directly for Erasmus+ funding. Students should contact their university or college to find out about Erasmus+ opportunities. Each University will have an Erasmus+ coordinator that can let you know about which opportunities are available

Contact details

The British Council
58 Whitworth St
Manchester
M1 6BB
Telephone: +44 (0) 161 957 7755
Email: erasmus@britishcouncil.org
Web: https://www.erasmusplus.org.uk/higher-education-funding

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