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International Focus ERASMUS+ Programme Financing: Your ERASMUS+ Grant

The ERASMUS+ Programme at SRH Hochschule Berlin

Apply for an Erasmus+ grant

Funded by the European Union, the ERASMUS+ programme supports cooperations between higher education institutions across Europe. The International Office at SRH Hochschule Berlin applies for the ERASMUS+ funds through the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), which acts as the National Agency for EU Higher Education Cooperation. SRH Hochschule Berlin has been participating in the ERASMUS programme since 2006, offering its students, faculty and staff the chance to study, lecture and train at its ERASMUS+ partner universities and to receive financial funds for their stay abroad. Students who are interning at a company in a participating country are eligible to apply for ERASMUS+ funding through our ERASMUS+ SMP Internship Consortium which is managed by TU Berlin. The SRH Career Service as well as the Career Service of TU Berlin may provide detailed information about ERASMUS+ internships abroad.

Please note that SRH Hochschule Berlin is obliged by the DAAD/EU Commission to collect personal data from all ERASMUS+ participants in order to create source and disposition statements for the EU Commission. In doing so, we comply with the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG). By signing the ERASMUS+ Grant Agreement, you acknowledge and agree to this procedure.

General FAQs about the ERASMUS+ Grant

Once nominated to study/lecture/train at an ERASMUS+ partner university, outgoers will receive an email from the International Office with all relevant application information including the application deadline. The required application documents may be downloaded from the Moodle course International Office. Students who are going to intern in an ERASMUS+ programme country are expected to contact the Career Service of SRH Hochschule Berlin to inquire about the application process within the ERASMUS+ SMP Internship Consortium. 

Once nominated to study/lecture/train at an ERASMUS+ partner university, outgoers will receive an email from the International Office with all relevant application information including the application deadline. The required application documents may be downloaded from the Moodle course International Office. Students who are going to intern in an ERASMUS+ programme country are expected to contact the Career Service of SRH Hochschule Berlin to inquire about the application process within the ERASMUS+ SMP Internship Consortium. 

We make a strong effort to provide ERASMUS+ funding for every outgoing ERASMUS+ student, intern, guest lecturer and staff member. Since the budget is limited, however, this may not always be possible. If the number of ERASMUS+ outgoers exceeds the available ERASMUS+ funds, not all participants may receive funding. The mobility period may also be divided into a grant period and a zero grant period. 

Students studying abroad:
Should our ERASMUS+ budget not be sufficient to provide all eligible outgoing students with an ERASMUS+ stipend, you will be subject to a selection process. The following selection criteria will be applied in the following order:

  1. Deadline: Timely application to participate in the study abroad programme and submission of the initial ERASMUS+ documents
  2. Previous Participation: ERASMUS+ applications of students who have never before received an ERASMUS+/ERASMUS LLP stipend will be treated with a higher priority
  3. Citizenship: ERASMUS+ applications of students who will study abroad in a country other than the country of their citizenship will be treated with a higher priority (Please note: students who plan to study abroad in the country of their permanent residence are not eligible to participate in the ERASMUS+ programme)
  4. Academic Performance: ERASMUS+ applications of students with a high grade point average will be treated with a higher priority

Professors, lecturers and staff lecturing or training abroad:
As far as funding for lecturers and staff members goes, mobilities which - aside from the guest lecture or staff training program - include activities of the following nature will be treated with a higher priority when distributing the funds:

  • Development of new teaching materials
  • Establishment of a cooperation between the receiving institution and SRH Hochschule Berlin, especially with regards to research, development, thesis and/or company projects

The grant will be paid in two installments: 70% in the beginning and 30% after the completion of the mobility. More details will be provided in the ERASMUS+ Grant Agreement which each participant will receive once selected for an ERASMUS+ grant.

The ERASMUS+ programme is not designed to cover the entire cost of the mobility, but rather the additional expenses which are associated with it. It is up to the participant, however, to request additional funding from suitable sources, or to supplement the expenses with his/her own funds. The amount of the ERASMUS+ grant awarded to each participating student, lecturer and staff member depends on the following factors:

  • Your host country
  • The kind of exchange you are participating in (study, intern, lecture, etc.)
  • The exact length of your programme abroad
  • Your funding period (grant period and/or zero grant period)
  • The number of ERASMUS+ outgoer of the respective academic year
  • The ERASMUS+ budget that was approved for SRH Hochschule Berlin
  • If applicable, funding for special needs (for participants with disabilities and students with children)

Only those participants who were selected to receive an ERASMUS+ grant and who adhere to all ERASMUS+ rules and regulations are entitled to receive the minimum grant amount. The following pre-determined, minimum grant amounts - as regulated by the European Commission and the DAAD - apply:

 

ERASMUS+ Funding for Study Abroad:
GroupCountryERASMUS+ grant for the entire study period abroad
Group 1 (higher cost of living)Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, Austria, Sweden, United KingdomMinimum of 750 EUR
Group 2 (medium cost of living)Belgium, Greece, Iceland, Croatia, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Czech Republic, Turkey, CyprusMinimum of 600 EUR
Group 3 (lower cost of living)Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Macedonia (FYROM), Poland, Rumania, Slovakia, HungaryMinimum of 450 EUR

 
ERASMUS+ Funding for Internships Abroad:
As the managing authority of our ERASMUS+ SMP Internship Consortium, the Career Service of TU Berlin sets the exact amounts for the ERASMUS+ internship grants. They are usually higher than the ERASMUS+ grants for study abroad. Contact our Career Service to find out about the current amounts.

ERASMUS+ Funding for Lecturer and Staff Mobility Abroad:

Travel Support for Lecturer and Staff Mobility Abroad
Single distance according to the distance calculator (http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/tools/distance_en.htm)Allowance for travel per participant (round trip)
< 100 kmNo allowance
100 – 499 km180 EUR
500 – 1.999 km275 EUR
2.000 – 2.999 km360 EUR
3.000 – 3.999 km530 EUR
4.000 – 7.999 km820 EUR
8.000 km+1.100 EUR
Individual Support for Lecturer and Staff Mobility Abroad
DestinationIndividual support per day and participant
Day 1-14 of the mobility period (excluding travel days)Day 15-60 of the mobility period (excluding travel days)
Denmark, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom160 EUR112 EUR
Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Lichtenstein, Luxemburg, Norway, Austria, Poland, Rumania, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary, Cyprus140 EUR98 EUR
Germany, Latvia, Malta, Macedonia (FYROM), Portugal, Slovakia, Spain120 EUR84 EUR
Estonia, Croatia, Lithuania, Slovenia100 EUR70 EUR