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ERASMUS+ KA103 Call for Application - Student mobility for studies of the 2017/2018 Spring Semester

ERASMUS+ KA103 Call for Application - Student mobility for studies of the 2017/2018 Spring Semester

 About the ERASMUS+ Programme

Erasmus+ is the EU’s new programme which involves education, training, youth and sport activities.

Further information:

1.The objective of the Call for Proposal

The objective of the application is to allow students to obtain educational, language and cultural experiences and skills in ECHE charter holder, higher education institutions of countries participating in the programme. Student mobility for studies must facilitate the students’ academic progress and the development of their personnel skills.

 2. Eligible participants

Registered students at the University of Debrecen (BSc, MSc, PhD, higher-level vocational training, full time students, correspondence students) with valid student status. Doctorands are not eligible to apply.

 3. Eligible activities

Student mobility for studies in higher education institutions (study period: 3-12 months)

Combined mobilities (for studies and a complementary traineeship period) (3-12 months)

 4. Countries participating in the ERASMUS+ Programme

Member states of the European Union (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, United Kingdom, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Netherland, Croatia, Ireland, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Hungary, Malta, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Slovakia, Sweden)

Non-EU member states:  Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Turkey, Norway.

 5. Application Terms and Conditions

General terms and conditions

·         Hungarian citizenship or staying in Hungary with a residence permit. Student registered in the University of Debrecen and enrolled in studies leading to a recognized degree or other recognised tertiary level qualification in a full- , or part-time

·         The host higher education institutions must have an inter-institutional agreement for student mobilities with the University of Debrecen and should be chosen from the list of the partner institutions available in the online application system

·         The applicant must have finished at least 2 semesters of studies at the University of Debrecen at the time of applying. For Master or Doctoral students the one finished semester is acceptable.

·         The applicant must speak the language of instruction at the host university and must be able to present a certificate proving his/her language skills (except for native speakers). Language requirements are indicated in the Erasmus+ inter-institutional agreements

·         The study period can be combined with complementary traineeship. The combination of the two periods means that the traineeship should be done under the supervision of the same host higher education institution where the student carries out his/her studies. The two activities must take place sequentially. Grant amounts for the "combined period" are the same as that of the study period

·         Students may receive grants for mobility totalling up to 12 months per each cycle of study, independently from the number and type of mobility activities (zero grant is included in the mobility period)

·         Undivided training covers two training cycles, thus students enrolled in such (one–tier) training programs may receive grants for mobility periods totalling up to 2*12 =24 months.

·         The minimum duration of the mobility period for studies is 3 months but at least a whole study period (semester, trimester) including the exam period.

·         Activities /studies carried out during the mobility must be integrated in the applicant's training program / studies at the University of Debrecen

·         The receiving institution must issue a transcript of records upon completing the studies at the end of the study period.

·         It is the responsibility of the sending institution to fully recognise the accepted, fulfilled and documented activities in accordance with the terms and conditions laid down in the Learning Agreement.

·         During the mobility period abroad students are registered students of the University of Debrecen with full rights. Stipends, social contributions and loans that students are eligible for at the University of Debrecen will continue to be transferred to them during their period of study abroad. If they are tuition-paying students at the University of Debrecen, they will have to fulfil this requirement for the period spent abroad as well. ERASMUS students do not have to pay tuition fee to the host university, and they have the same rights as the registered students of the host university.

6. Documents to be submitted with the ERASMUS+ application

·         Online application form

·         BSc students must submit a certificate of all finished semesters (at least 2 semesters). PhD/MSc/MA students must submit NEPTUN certificates of the last four completed semesters. (PhD/MSc/MA students must include a certificate of the semesters of their BSc studies). NEPTUN certificates must include all the subjects completed during the studies as well the scholarship index. The certificates must be validated by the Educational Office of the Faculty (pdf)

·         A certificate on language knowledge (language exam certificate in the language of the studies, or a certificate issued by the Language Centre of the university) (pdf)

·         A professional CV with picture in English and in the language of instruction in Europass format (pdf)

·         A motivation letter, written in English, that includes the personal goals, the name of the University, the period which the student is applying for, and a short summary of the work/studies to be carried out at the partner university (submitted through the corresponding field of theeonline application form)

·         BSc and MSc students must submit a statement from the faculty or departmental coordinator (pdf)

·         PhD students must submit a statement from the head of the Doctoral School and from the supervisor

·         Further requirements can be set up by the faculty /departmental coordinators

·         Certificate of scientific work/research (not compulsory)

·         Recommendation (not compulsory)

7. Requirements for outgoing ERASMUS+ students

·         The application must be approved by the Erasmus committee or coordinator of the respected faculty. A certificate on active student status issued for the relevant semester must be submitted.

·         The application must be accepted by the host higher education institution IMPORTANT! It is only possible to apply for places that are still available after the first round of applications earlier this year. Contact the international office fo more information.

·         A learning agreement signed by all three parties (home institution, host institution, applicant). The LA must include the list of courses to be taken at the host university and the corresponding ECTS credits

·         A list of credit point calculation approved by the Credit Transfer Committee together with the authorization of the education committee of the faculty

·         Permission of the Faculty Study Subcommittee

·         Valid EU health insurance card or proof of insurance policy valid in the host university’s country

·         A valid student visa to the target country, if necessary

·         Completing the Online Linguistic Support test of the European Commission if the student completes his/her studies in one of the languages designated by the EU Commission.

8. Scholarship rates:

The scholarship consists of the following:

Programme Countries with higher living costs – 500 €/month

France (FR), Italy (IT), United Kingdom (UK), Austria (AT), Finland (FI), Sweden (SE), Denmark (DK), Ireland (IE), Norway (NO), Lichtenstein (LI),

Programme Countries with medium living costs  - 450 €/month

Spain (ES), Germany (DE), Turkey (TR), Netherland (NL), Belgium (BE), Check Republic (CZ), Portugal (PT), Greece(GR), Slovenia (SI), Croatia (HR), Luxemburg (LU), Cyprus (CY), Iceland (IS)

Programme Countries with lower living costs – 400€/month

Poland (PL), Romania (RO),  Hungary (HU), Lithuania (LT),  Slovakia (SK), Bulgaria (BG), Latvia (LV), Estonia (EE), Malta (MT), Macedonia (MK)

Special needs support: for persons with disabilities the subsidy will be calculated on the actual expenses

Online Linguistic Support: the European Commission supports language preparation in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Czech, Danish, Greek, Polish and Swedish with its online language preparation system

Social subsidy: 200€/month - based on separate application

9. Deadlines

Deadline for submitting the application: 20 October 2017.

Deadline for judging the applications: 27 October 2017

Applications must be submitted only electronically.

Online application form

Esemény dátuma: 
2017/09/12 to 2018/09/30