Erasmus Student Mobility
the targets of European 2020 Strategy, Erasmus+ Program aims to present more
efficient facilities, that encourage cooperation between different sectors, in the
fields of education, youth and sports devoted to new requirements.
Student exchange materializes in two ways:
1. Education mobility
2. Internship mobility
The students who are registered to formal education in a higher education
institution may attend student mobility in higher education. The students who
study in the open and distance education programs are not allowed to attend the
Grants are donated only for the activities below that are conducted abroad:
– Full-time associate degree, BA, MA or PhD Works which are the main components
of recognition of diploma/degree in a higher education institution holding
Erasmus Charter of Higher Education (ECHE) and includes dissertation
preparation (but research homework and external works that are out of the
curriculum are not included),
– Full-time internships which are recognized by the higher education
institution as a part of the student’s curriculum,
It is foreseen that a full-time student is a person who has not completed the
works required by diploma/degree and has 30 European Credit Transfer System
(ECTS) credits course load for a semester.
A full-time internship means that the student works as a full-timer during the
duration of the activity.