The EU scholarship for students depends on their mobility flow: the relevance of the mobility project envisaged for the strategy of internationalising the relevant higher education institutions (both in the programme and in the partner country) and the reason in choosing the mobility of staff and/or students. In the case of mobility within the programme countries, the grant in support of the organization is calculated based on the total number of mobile participants assisted (including mobile participants receiving a zero grant for the entire mobility period, see below) and incoming staff from companies that teach abroad, i.e. beneficiaries or members of the national mobility consortium.dem. Mobile participants receiving a zero EU grant for the entire mobility period are considered to be assisted mobile participants, as they benefit from the mobility framework and organisational activities. Organizational assistance is therefore also paid to these participants. A person with special needs is a potential participant whose individual physical, mental or health condition is such that his or her participation in the project/mobility action would not be possible without additional financial support. Higher education institutions that have selected students and/or staff with special needs may apply for additional grants from the National Agency to cover the additional costs associated with their participation in mobility activities. For people with special needs, therefore, assistance may exceed the individual ceilings listed below. Higher education institutions describe on their website how students and staff with special needs can request such additional assistance.
In the case of mobility between programmes and partner countries: EUR 350 per participant By signing the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE), higher education institutions are committed to providing the necessary assistance to mobile participants, including language preparation. In order to support them, the programme gradually provides for the promotion of the language online for all long-term mobility activities between the countries of the programme, which last two months or more. It is made available to participants authorised by the European Commission to assess their language skills and, if necessary, to offer the most appropriate language learning before and/or during mobility (see Appendix I of this guide). Higher education institutions in partner countries are not allowed to sign the ECHE, so the details of language assistance offered to mobile participants should be explicitly defined in the inter-institutional agreement. For higher education institutions established in a partner country, the higher education institution must be accredited by the relevant national accreditation body. In addition, since they are not entitled to an ECHE, they must have entered into an inter-institutional agreement with their program partners to redefine the principles of the ECHE. Recipients of staff mobility as part of the Erasmus training should keep boarding passes/train tickets/other tickets that must be submitted, along with mobility documentation. Students must carry out their mobility activities in a different programme or partner country than the country of the sending organization and the country where the student has accommodation during his or her studies7. The home and the host institution ensure that the teaching and related activities of the host faculty are an integral part of a graduation program at the host institution. Priority should be given to mobility activities, which are also carried out: in the application form, applicants for mobility projects must provide students and higher education staff with the following information: an organisation from a country in the programme applying on behalf of a national mobility consortium must be able to benefit from a valid consortia credit.