What is Erasmus+?
The Erasmus+ programme is a European funding programme established in 1987 offering students a possibility of studying abroad in another country for a period of at least three months (one semester)up to 12 months (one academic year). Eligible students would receive an Erasmus+ grant which is calculated based on country and duration.
Where can I study?
An Inter-Institutional Agreement must be in place before a study placement can take place. Cardiff Met has a large number of agreements in place across all five schools. More information can be found by clicking into each country.
Student grants for study placements are a flat rate grant calculated at a monthly rate. Grants are a
contribution towards the costs of the planned Erasmus+ mobility period. Eligible students will be
awarded the grant as indicated in the following table.
|Country||Monthly grant ||Monthly grant (disadvantaged background)|
Group 1 countries (high cost of living)
Denmark, Iceland, Ireland, Finland, Sweden, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway
Group 2 countries (medium cost of living)
Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal
Group 3 Countries (low cost of living)
Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Republic of North Macedonia, Turkey
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on what work opportunities are available and for information on funding including which countries/territories are listed within each group.
You can submit an expression of interest via the online application system. More information can be found by accessing the following link: - Application