Erasmus+ is EU’s biggest exchange program in Higher Education for studies and training in Europe.
As an Erasmus+ student you have the possibility to exchange to another European university as a part of your degree at your home university (for a period of 2-12 months).
As Erasmus+ student you do not pay tuition fee
You can exchange more than once – both on bachelor and master level
You receive an Erasmus Grant
The grant changes from year to year and depends on which country you go on exchange to. For 2021-22 the rates are:
€ 460 per month to Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Rep. of Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Sweden.
€ 410 per month to other European countries in the Erasmus+ program.
If you are going on exchange and you have children younger than 18 years old you will receive € 250 extra per month (starting Autumn 2019). Please inform us about this on email@example.com. It is your responsibility to check if this is possible and practical.
If you have expenses on your exchange caused by special needs or disabilities you can apply for extra funding to cover these expenses.
Important to remember when you go on Erasmus+ exchange:
When you receive an offer of an Erasmus+ exchange from us and also are accepted by our partner university you will receive a grant.
The grant is calculated from the day you start your studies at the partner university to the day you finish your studies same place.
The first 70% of your total grant will normally be transferred to your bank account in October/March while the last 30% are transferred after you have finished your exchange.
All students who receives and accepts an offer of Erasmus+ exchange will receive an email with info about what they need to do.
Following is a list of what you need to do to receive the grant:
Before your exchange:
1. OLS language test: Most students must do this test before the exchange. This is mandatory to receive the grant. You will automatically receive the test in English language, if you are going to study in another language please inform us by email.
2. Grant Agreement: You fill in page 1 and sign on page 3. After this we will fill in the rest, sign and return a copy to you. Send the full document to us.
3. Skjema for lønn –og godtgjørelse: Here you fill in the contact info at the top of the form and sign where it says «Regningsutstederens underskrift». Remember to fill in every post marked with x.
For questions related to subjects and approval, please contact your faculty.
For questions related to scholarships, language tests and other practical tasks, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a reply from Terje Thorsdalen or Sissel Gjennestad.
Erasmus+ Student Charter
Higher education institutions participating in Erasmus+ have committed themselves to respect the principles of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education to facilitate, support and recognise your experience abroad