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Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility


​​Cardiff Met, through Key Action 1 International Credit Mobility (ICM) funding, offers grants for students, academic staff and professional services staff. These grants are financed by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Programme.

The grant provides a contribution towards travel and subsistence costs.

Call for Application for staff exchanges through the ICM 2020 Project is now closed! Results will be issued to applicants at the beginning of May 2022.

Please see the How to Apply section for guidance and details on the Call for Applications. 

Refer to the links on the left hand side of the page for more information about the grants and eligibility. 

Erasmus+ Post Brexit Update: 

Following the UK’s departure from the European Union, the UK will not be participating in the new Erasmus+ programme (2021 – 2027).
Cardiff Metropolitan University will continue to participate in the current Erasmus+ programme until the end of our 2020 project, which is until 31 July 2023. 
We will have limited funds available through Erasmus to support eligible staff only for mobilities in 2022/23.

Outgoing students are now being offered alternative opportunities via the Turing Scheme. More information can be found here

COVID 19 Update:

2019 ICM Project - Project end date 31st July 2022 

For staff nominees who were meant to undertake their mobility, unfortunately until we have further guidance on when the travel restrictions will be lifted and universities re-open, there is no guarantee that your mobility will proceed and be utilised by the end of July 2022. 

More information in regards to COVID19 and the impact on Erasmus+ can be found under the European Commission's FAQs which have been published on their website. This summarises the advice and guidance that they have provided National Agencies with to date, and will be updated as and when necessary. The UK National Agency's COVID-19 page will be updated soon to link to these FAQs. 

Co-ordinated by Cardiff Metropolitan University.  

This project has been funded with support from the British Council, UK National Agency, acting on behalf of the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views of the author only, and the National Agency and Commission cannot be held responsible for any views which may be made of the information contained therein. ​​