You qualify for an Erasmus+ grant study, even for this short period of min. 5 up to max. 30 days. The requirements you have to fulfil are listed below. We are unfortunately unable to award you the grant if you do not fulfil the requirements.
Deadline for application submission
You must submit the full application at least two weeks before departure.
Erasmus+ implementation regulation
You must fulfil the following requirements before departure:
- Submit request (using this link, including Learning Agreement and Grant Agreement (see “Documents” tab))
- Fill in contact information
- Take the online linguistic support test if going abroad > 14 days (see “Documents” tab)
- Optional: proof of supplementary grant. You may also apply for a supplementary grant for short-term stays abroad. If you are eligible for a supplementary Erasmus+ grant, it will be added to your grant (see Grant Amounts, below). You will also receive an additional reimbursement for your travel expenses.
Students from families with a lower basic income can apply for the supplementary Erasmus+ grant. You may be eligible for a supplementary Erasmus+ grant if you already receive a supplementary grant from DUO. When you apply for the supplementary Erasmus+ grant, you will have to prove that you meet the criteria.
The provisional grant amount is calculated on the basis of the planned number of days staying abroad, and this is registered in your Grant Agreement. One travel day before and one travel day after can be added to the actual mobility as grant days.
The daily amounts are as follows:
- Amounts 5th to 14th day: €70 per day
- Amounts 15th to 30th day: €50 per day
If you are eligible for a supplementary Erasmus+ grant, it will be added to your grant as follows:
For stays of between 5 and 14 days: €100 extra for the whole period
For stays of up to 30 days: €150 extra for the whole period
Provisional awarding of Erasmus+ grant
The grant will be provisionally awarded to you when the application is fully submitted and approved. You will receive a confirmation e-mail from the International Office about this. After approval from the International Office you will receive the grant in the account provided by you in Studielink.
When will my Erasmus+ grant be definitive?
The definitive awarding of the Erasmus+ grant will take place when you return from your Erasmus+ study period abroad. You must send a transcript of records of at least 3 ECTS to the International Office by e-mail ultimately 14 days after you have returned for the definitive awarding of the grant. If you do not fulfil the requirements, then you may have to pay the grant back.
Procedure and confidentiality
After you submit your application, we will do a quick check to confirm that you are eligible for the grant. The assessment procedure is carried out in a careful and confidential manner, taking into account your privacy.
The contents of the website goingabroad.avans.nl related to Erasmus+ are about a (regular) stay abroad of at least 2 months. This information does not apply to your situation as you will be going abroad for a short-term stay.