Only with partner universities in the European countries participating in the Erasmus programme: European Union, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Turkey, Croatia. Both the home and the host university must hold anErasmus University Charter.
The Erasmus scholarship is intended as a financial compensation for the additional expenditure of studying abroad. You are only entitled to an Erasmus grant if you stay abroad fulltime. If you receive a study grant from the Flemish Community, you can combine this with an Erasmus scholarship.
The amount of the scholarship depends on 2 factors:
- the category you belong to
- the country of destination
In Flanders there are two different scholarship amounts, based on family income:
Category 1 : If you pay the reduced registration fees at the university, which is the case for:
- The 'scholarship student': a student who meets the financial criteria for obtaining a study grant from the Flemish Community.
- The 'working-student': the student should meet the following conditions:
- in possession of proof of employment for at least 80 hours/month, or have a certificate of unemployment and the education is part of the path to a new job.
- you haven't obtained a second cycle degree or master degree
- registered in a study programme with specific teaching methods and specific modalities of counselling and registered in the register of higher education
Category 2 : All other students
The destination countries are divided into three groups:
The Erasmus scholarship amounts are as follows:
||€ 529 per month
||€ 379 per month
||€ 479 per month
||€ 329 per month
||€ 429 per month
||€ 279 per month