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What is Erasmus+?

Erasmus+ gives the students of institutions of higher education an opportunity to gain international experience and knowledge:

  • by studying in one of the partnering higher education institutions
  • by practicing in foreign companies or other corresponding work places
  • by implementing a combined study and practice period abroad
  • students registered in an institution of higher education, which has been awarded the Erasmus Charter of Higher Education

Students can go to study starting from the 2nd year of studies.


Studies
Minimal duration – 3 months
Maximal duration – 12 months

Practice
Minimal duration – 2 months
Maximal duration – 12 months


Within one study cycle (during Bachelor’s studies, including first level higher vocational education or college studies, Master’s studies, Doctoral studies) a student can go on a study and/or practice mobility for up to 12 months (the period includes also the Erasmus+ mobility between Programme and Partnering Countries, within the Lifelong Learning programme’s mobility and Erasmus Mundus studies).

Erasmus+ goals

Goals of the study mobility:

  • to provide the students an opportunity to spend a certain study period studying in another member state institution of higher education
  • to provide the opportunity for students to gain a valuable academic, language and cultural experience, studying in other European countries
  • to encourage cooperation between institutions of higher education and to improve the study environment of the host institutions of higher education
  • to promote the development of well-qualified and internationally experienced young people – future professionals

Goals of the training mobility:

  • to provide an opportunity for students and recent graduates to gain practical experience in a company or organization in another European country
  • to help students adjust to the requirements of the EU labour market
  • to provide students and recent graduates the opportunity to develop specific skills, including language skills, and to improve the understanding of economic and social culture
  • to encourage cooperation between institutions of higher education and companies
  • to promote the development of well-qualified and internationally experienced young people – future professionals

Erasmus+ mobility in the 2017/2018 academic year

Students’ training
mobility

13

outgoing mobility

Students’ training
mobility

12

incoming mobility

Erasmus+ mobility in the 2016/2017 academic year

Students’ training
mobility

16

outgoing mobility

Students’ training
mobility

10

incoming mobility

Erasmus+ mobility in the 2015/2016 academic year

Students’ training
mobility

17

outgoing mobility

Students’ training
mobility

7

incoming mobility

Erasmus+ mobility in the 2014/2015 academic year

Students’ training
mobility

13

outgoing mobility

Students’ training
mobility

4

incoming mobility

In case you have any questions, please contact our Project Coordinator

Irīna Rudenko

Project Coordinator

+371 67630910