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Erasmus student mobility is carried out within the framework of Standard or Extended Erasmus University Charter and bilateral agreements of higher education institution for Erasmus exchange. This type of mobility enables students at higher education institutions to spend an integrated period of study in another partner higher education institution abroad. The period can be between 3 and 12 months which can be completed within the same academic year (1 or two semesters, may be even 3 according to the education system of some countries). Financial support provided is only for additional expenses arising from mobility, not for the all expenses of students.

Students studying in the first year of associate and undergraduate degrees are not allowed to benefit from Erasmus student mobility program. The participant students have to be full-time students.
  • Selection of Students
The selection of students is performed in three stages as announcement, application and evaluation. Students who are selected in previous year but not sent due to insufficient funds or other reasons do not acquire a “vested right” to be sent next year. The students to participate in the program are reevaluated and selected separately for each agreed semester after meeting all requirements.
  • Announcement
All Erasmus student mobility agreements are announced on the website of the higher education institution and the notice boards of faculties, and calls for application regarding those agreements are made within the available quotas. The eligible students are informed about Erasmus student mobility and application process both on the website and notice boards.
Unless there is a common higher education institution to which the student will be sent, students cannot be selected to participate in Erasmus students mobility.
  • Grants
For more information about grants, please check:
  • Academic Fees
The hosting higher education institution does not require payment of any academic fees for the term planned/agreed upon within the scope of the Erasmus program. The academic fee includes the fees for tuition, registration, examinations and access to laboratory and library facilities at the receiving institution. Small fees may be charged for costs such as insurance, student unions and the use of miscellaneous material such as photocopies, laboratory products, on the same basis as these are charged to local students. This principle applies equally to the students not receiving a grant for their participation.
Students are entitled to register for the courses at their home institution and continue paying standard tuition fees during the period abroad. Students are not allowed to suspend their studies.
In cases where the host university charges any academic fee from the students taking part in the Erasmus Student Learning Mobility, the higher education institution must immediately inform the