Year of study
Prior Receipt of Erasmus Funding
How to apply
Mobility for Studies
Full time students: 2nd year of study
Part-time students: 2nd - 3rd year of study
To study abroad with Erasmus+, you must be registered in a higher education institution and enrolled in studies leading to a recognised degree or tertiary-level qualification. For students in the first cycle, you need to be at least in the second year of your studies.
The exchange must take place within one of your academic department's Erasmus+ partner universities within the programme countries.
Your period of study abroad must be relevant for your degree-related learning and personal development needs, and be part of the study programme that you are following.
Before the study abroad period:
1. You, your sending and receiving higher education institutions must sign a Learning Agreement for Studies to ensure a transparent and efficient preparation of the exchange abroad, as well as to agree on how activities successfully completed abroad will be recognised. This document sets out rights and responsibilities of the various parties
2. You will receive the Erasmus+ Student Charter, explaining your rights and obligations with respect to your period of study abroad
After the study abroad period:
1. The receiving higher education institution must provide you and your sending institution with a transcript of records confirming that the agreed programme has been completed and acknowledge the results
2. Your higher education institution must recognise the credits (using ECTS credits or an equivalent system) as agreed in the Learning Agreement before the mobility and count them towards your degree, without any further requirements
3. If your higher education institution is in a Programme country, your mobility period should also be recorded in the Diploma Supplement
Mobility for Traineeships
1st - 3rd year of study post-graduate traineeship
You may carry out a traineeship at any organisation in an Erasmus+ Programme Country (with the exception of EU institutions, bodies and agencies).
Your traineeship must be relevant for your degree-related learning and personal development needs and, wherever possible, be integrated in your study programme.
The work placement must last a minimum of 2 months and a maximum of 12 months
You can only receive an Erasmus+ grant for a maximum of 12 months in each study level (i.e. undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral studies)
Before the traineeship abroad:
1. You, your higher education institution and the receiving organisation must sign a Learning Agreement for Traineeships to ensure a transparent and efficient preparation of the exchange abroad. This document sets out rights and responsibilities of the various parties, a detailed programme of the traineeship, information on insurance, and how your traineeship will be recognised upon successful completion.
2. You will receive the Erasmus+ Student Charter, explaining your rights and obligations with respect to your traineeship abroad.
After the traineeship abroad:
1. The receiving organisation/enterprise should send you and your higher education institution a Traineeship Certificate, normally within five weeks after successful completion of the traineeship.
2. Your higher education institution must recognise your traineeship abroad, according to the commitments agreed upon in the learning agreement and without any further requirements.
3. If your higher education institution is in a Programme country, the information contained in the Traineeship Certificate should also be included in the Diploma Supplement, except if you are a recent graduate. In this case, it is recommended to record the traineeship in the trainee's Europass Mobility Document.
The main Erasmus selection criteria:
- Academic achievements at ISLB (minimum average of grades - 7);
- The compatibility of the study programme at ISLB and host institution;
- Foreign language skills (Language of instruction at the host institution);
- Motivation and communication skills
You may receive an Erasmus+ grant as a contribution to your travel and subsistence costs. It may vary according to differences in living costs between your country and the destination country, the number of students applying for a grant, the distance between countries and the availability of other grants.
Irrespective whether you receive an Erasmus+ grant or are an Erasmus+-zero-grant student, you will sign a grant agreement specifying the duration of your mobility, the amount of the grant and other rights and obligations.
As an Erasmus+ student, you will be exempted from fees for tuition, registration, examinations, and charges for access to laboratories or libraries at the receiving institution. Small fees for insurance or student union membership may still apply.
However, you still need to pay full tuition fees at ISLB during your mobility period abroad. You simply continue with your current payment plan at ISLB.
Fixed grant rates:
Countries: Austria, Ireland, Denmark, Iceland, Italy, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway, France, Finland, Sweden
Study Grant rate EUR/ month - 500
Traineeship Grant rate EUR/ month - 700
Countries: Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Turkey, Germany
Study Grant rate EUR/ month - 400
Traineeship Grant rate EUR/ month - 600
Countries: Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Macedonia, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary
Study Grant rate EUR/ month - 300
Traineeship Grant rate EUR/ month - 500
Make sure you know your rights when you study or do a traineeship abroad.
Students with further questions about taking part in Erasmus+ should check the frequently asked questions or contact ISLB Erasmus Coordinator.
ONLINE LINGUISTIC SUPPORT (OLS)
The European Commission's Online Linguistic Support initiative (OLS) provides free language learning support for Erasmus+ exchange/placement students in the form of online courses.
Courses are currently available in the following languages:
Students whose main working language in the host country is one of the above are required to take the language test in order to determine the language level and receive the Erasmus grant.