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
The grant provides a contribution towards travel and subsistence costs.
Call for student applications is is due to open on the 21st September 2020 for partners from Egypt and Lebanon. Deadline date 8th October 2020 at 12 noon, UK time.
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.
COVID 19 Update:
2018 ICM Project - Project end date 31st July 2020 -
For staff nominees who were meant to undertake their mobility, unfortunately until we have further guidance on when the travel ban will be lifted and universities re-open, there is no guarantee that your mobility will proceed and be utilised by the end of July 2020. We would recommend that you re-apply through the current call for application which is open until the 23rd April.
2019 ICM Project-
Current call for application is open for student and staff exchanges. Cardiff Metropolitan University will process the applications through this call as normal with the understanding that certain documentation will not be available to submit. We want to reassure students and staff to still apply, and will keep you updated in terms of when the academic year will start and in what capacity, as all of this is dependant on the situation within the UK and partner countries.
More information in regards to COVID19 and the impact on Erasmus+ can be found under the European Commission's FAQs which have been published this week 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.
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