Erasmus+ KA103 Scholarship Overview

Outgoing Mobility:

 

1. Students studying at the University of Belgrade

If you are granted an Erasmus+ scholarship for one semester or the whole academic year to go and study abroad you will receive: 

 

Subsistence allowance depending on the host country, as follows: 

 

Host country

Per month

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway

520 EUR

Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal

520 EUR

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary,  Poland, Romania, Slovakia, North Macedonia,  Slovenia, Turkey

470 EUR

 

  • Tuition fees are waived according to Erasmus+ Program rules

 

 

Students from less advantaged socio-economic backgrounds (not including students with disabilities/ special needs students), applying for student mobility for studies are entitled to receive extra funding of 200 EUR per month.

A student of less advantaged socio-economic background shall be considered any student in whose household the total monthly income does not exceed two average net monthly salaries, i.e., 108,292.00 RSD in total. This amount has been determined by the average net monthly income for the period January – June 2019, in the amount of 54,146.00 RSD, published by the Office for Statistics of the Republic of Serbia.

As proof of disadvantaged socio-economic background, a candidate must submit:

1. Confirmation of the average monthly income per household member, for the past 12 months,issued by the Municipality where the candidate has address of residence, as stated in the personal ID card or another document issued by the relevant authority (Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia), confirming the student’s address of residence.

2. Print-out of the personal ID card or another document issued by the relevant authority (Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia), confirming the student’s address of residence.

3. A signed declaration by which a student, under full penalty of perjury, confirms that the data provided in the submitted documentation are true and complete and authorizes the relevant authority to double-check, process, store or use in accordance with the current legislation.

Students carrying out traineeships will receive an additional top-up of 100 EUR per month.

Students from less advantaged socio-economic backgrounds, taking part in traineeship mobility, may only receive additional support due to their socio-economic background. They will not be eligible for additional funding for traineeships as well.

 

Important Information (Students):

 

Accommodation and meals are not provided. You will need to use your subsistence allowance to cover these expenses. For information about available places in students’ dormitories or renting a flat, please contact the host University upon receiving the confirmation of acceptance to the mobility program. If you are coming to the University of Belgrade, you may contact our Erasmus Student Network (ESN BelUPgrade) http://belupgrade.esn.rs/ and they can help you with getting around and finding accommodation.

 

Travel costs and health insurance are not covered within the framework of the Program.

Each participant is strongly advised to purchase health insurance before the start of the mobility period, for the entire duration of their stay abroad. A copy of the policy must be presented to the relevant Office in charge of mobility upon the participant’s arrival to the host university.

 

Subsistence allowance will be paid out in two installments based on the following criteria:

First installment of the grant - upon the receipt of the Confirmation of Arrival sent to the home University by the relevant contact at the host University. The participant in mobility is required to have an active foreign currency account for payment in Euros. Please make sure that you open a bank account payable in foreign currency before you start your mobility abroad.

Second installment of the grant – upon completing the procedure referred to in After mobility section of the Mobion platform. The remainder of the grant will be transferred to the same foreign currency account the participant has opened for this purpose.

 

Upon arrival first visit the International Relations Office of your host University. If you are staying more than 3 months you will need to get a temporary stay visa or student’s visa. Either way is you need to register at the local Office for Foreigners. For more information, please contact the host University’s International Relations Office.

 

 

 

2. Staff (Teaching/Research and Administrative) Working at the University of Belgrade

 

If you are granted an Erasmus+ scholarship for mobility you will receive:

 

  • Subsistence allowance:

 

 

Host country

Per day

Denmark, Finland, Iceland,  Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway

180 EUR

Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus,  Netherlands, Malta, Portugal

160 EUR

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Republic of North Macedonia, Turkey

140 EUR

 

Note: If mobility period is longer than 14 days: Up to and including the 14th day of activity you will get 100% of Subsistence allowance. For every additional day you will receive 70% of Subsistence allowance.

 

  • Travel costs covered in the amounts listed below 

 

Travel Costs (Outgoing and Incoming Participants)

Travel distances

Amount per participant

Between 10 and 99 km

20 EUR

Between 100 and 499 km

180 EUR

Between 500 and 1999 km

275 EUR

Between 2000 and 2999 km

360 EUR

Between 3000 and 3999 km

530 EUR

Between 4000 and 7999 km

820 EUR

8000 km or more

1.500 EUR

Distance calculator: https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/resources/distance-calculator_en

 

 

Important Information (Staff): 

 

Accommodation and meals are not provided. You will need to use your subsistence allowance to cover these expenses.

 

For travel costs, please note that with the University of Belgrade now having a program country university status it is our responsibility to cover the cost of travel to our outgoing staff. The participating staff member will be responsible for buying the travel ticket themselves and the refund will be done by the home university. Please note that all costs exceeding the above amounts will be borne by the participants themselves.

 

Subsistence allowance will be paid out in two installments based on the following criteria:

First installment of the grant - upon the receipt of the Confirmation of Arrival sent to the home University by the relevant contact at the host University. The participant in mobility is required to have an active foreign currency account for payment in Euros. Please make sure that you open a bank account payable in foreign currency before you start your mobility abroad.

Second installment of the grant – upon completing the procedure referred to in After mobility section of the Mobion platform. The remainder of the grant will be transferred to the same foreign currency account the participant has opened for this purpose.

 

Medical insurance is not provided by Erasmus+ program. Each participant is advised to purchase health insurance before the start of the exchange period, for the entire duration of their stay abroad. A copy of the policy must be presented to the relevant Office in charge of mobility upon the participant’s arrival to the host university.

 

Upon arrival first visit the International Relations Office of your host University for completing any administrative procedures pending. For more information, please contact the host University’s International Relations Office.

 

 

We hope you will enjoy your mobility wherever you go!