General Information on Erasmus+
Erasmus+ is an EU programme aimed at providing support for education, training, youth and sport in Europe.
HSE has been participating in the bilateral mobility programme with European universities through Key Action 1 since 2015: Learning Mobility of Individuals - Credit Mobility (Short-term Mobility), which aims at encouraging the mobility of students, faculty and staff members through the provision of financial support within bilateral mobility agreements with universities participating in the programme and from partner countries.
The terms and conditions of the selection process shall be determined by the given partner university. Appropriate information shall be uploaded to the university’s website and promoted by the HSE Office for International Cooperation and the HSE Department of Internationalization in conjunction with the deputy deans/deans/coordinators responsible for international cooperation at respective faculties.
There are two types of E+ mobility programmes:
- Parallel funding for the same visit from other EU funds is forbidden. Parallel funding from other third-party funds or home university or private means is permitted.
- Travel days are not included in the calculation of the minimum duration of the staff mobility. The minimum duration of mobility is to be discussed with the host University. Up to two travel days per person can be paid additionally, if requested at the time of application.
- The participant will receive scholarship compensation from the EU university. The type of compensation shall depend on the EU university (e.g., via direct transfer of funds, purchase of flights, etc.).
- Prior to departure: conclusion of a grant agreement with the host university’s institutional Erasmus coordinator (it will be provided on an individual basis after the submission of a successful application) and any other documents requested by the Erasmus+ programme’s organizers.
- At the end of the stay the participant is to fill in 2 forms: the report form on this page (for HSE University) + there will be an automated e-mail sent by an EU server with a request to complete and submit a final online EU report. The form should be filled out within 30 calendar days. Participants who fail to complete and submit the final online EU report will be required to fully reimburse the financial support received.The final report on your mobility experience will provide the EU's Erasmus programme with valuable information, which will benefit future participants and contribute to the continued improvement of the programme.
- You will find relevant information about visa costs and procedures on the website of the relevant embassy or visa centre in your home country.
- You will need a visa invitation. This document will be sent to your home address by the Erasmus institutional coordinator as soon as you are accepted to take part in the mobility.
- It is important to submit your visa application at an early date. Please bear in mind that the time to receive a visa differs depending on the country in question. Therefore, we highly recommend that you apply for a visa well in advance.
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