Up-to-date information on the payment of Erasmus scholarships will be emailed to all students during the academic year. The Erasmus scholarship is presented on the students` bank accounts, which are listed in the online application form at the International Office in April. It is important that the International Office be informed of any changes to bank details. Erasmus also contributes to the internationalization of higher education through short-term apprenticeship grants and training periods for teachers and administrators. In addition, universities may invite staff from foreign companies to teaching assignments. In collaboration with European academic and non-academic partners, they can also participate in transnational strategic partnerships and develop innovative projects, for example to develop curricula or topics in all areas of education. In order to promote cooperation with companies, Erasmus offers support in the form of new knowledge alliances. Higher education institutions wishing to participate in capacity-building projects in partner countries can do so through transnational cooperation projects. Please follow the following instructions: Instructions to complete the online learning agreement You will receive information on all Erasmus documents and the deadline for submitting the Erasmus scholarship, the basis of an Erasmus grant, by e-mail Students who are having difficulties with the online learning platform can also fill out the version of the words: all students participating in the Erasmus programme are entitled to an Erasmus scholarship.
The Erasmus scholarship is intended to contribute to the total cost of the year abroad to cover the cost of living related to living abroad. The grant is calculated on the basis of the total number of days at the host university and not on the total number of months. During the academic year, students must submit certificates to the UCC confirming the arrival date and departure date. Both institutions must also hold the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (if they are in the countries of the programme). When the inter-institutional agreements are signed, the institutions of the partner countries commit to the principles of the Charter. The Erasmus scholarship for the academic year 2020/2021 will be as follows: your home institution and the host institution must have an inter-institutional agreement between them so that you can study there with Erasmus. The 28 EU Member States, as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and Northern Macedonia, are currently participating in the programme. The database of partner universities provides an overview of European universities that have already entered into an exchange contract with the University of Mannheim. However, stays abroad in ERASMUS countries can also be funded if you decide to go to an institution other than partner universities; this is particularly the case for staff who go abroad with ERASMUS. The Erasmus Mobility Exchange does not include insurance coverage. Neither the University of Mannheim, nor the European Commission, nor the DAAD National Erasmus Agency are responsible for damage caused by illness, death, accident or injury of a person, nor for the loss or deterioration of objects during stays abroad under the Erasmus programme (studies, internships, mobility of teaching staff or training).