The European Erasmus+ scholarship is available for Fontys students that are going to Study Abroad at a Partner University or do an Internship Abroad.
Fontys applies for the Erasmus+ funds and manages the funds, controlled by the European Commission. On this page you find information on the conditions and possibilities.
Erasmus+ and Coronavirus
Are you in a region in Europe where the Coronavirus is affecting your study/internship abroad? In this document you will find the latest version of what this means for your Erasmus+ Scholarship. Fontys Team Internationalisation updates this file as soon as new information becomes available.
This version was updated on March 30, 11h10. OPEN DOCUMENT
For more information on Coronavirus, outside Erasmus+, check the Fontys News page.
Erasmus Student Network
Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is a non-profit international student organisation that might have a local section in the region where you go.
- Erasmus+ is available if you move to another country.
- Only Erasmus+ Programme Countries.
- The max. amount of days that you can get the Scholarship is 360 days.
Conditions for Study Abroad
The Erasmus+ Scholarship comes with EU-rules and conditions. Please take a good look at them.
Erasmus+ Charter ENG
The Erasmus+ Charter highlights the rights and obligations in the various phases of your Erasmus+ activity.
- Erasmus Student Charter ENG
Fontys Erasmus+ scholarship calculation tool
You can use this tool to get an idea how high the scholarship will be. The amount of the Erasmus+ Scholarship is based on months plus remaining days and will be calculated accordingly. Taking into account that a month always exists of 30 days regardless of which month it is. Please use the tool below to calculate the Erasmus+ scholarship for which you could apply. No rights can be derived from this tool.
Going Abroad with extra support
Erasmus+ stimulates the participation of everyone and promotes an intercultural learning experience for all students.
Additional funding is therefore available for students that want to go abroad and that due to a disability need extra support. For example; special housing, medical support, supportive equipment, mentoring or adjusted study materials.
Don't hesitate to contact your Coordinator Internationalisation or email@example.com to request further information and support on how to apply for this extra funding.
Deadlines Application Erasmus+ Scholarship
(in Mobility Online)
Study Abroad: 18 May 2020
Internship: 23 June 2020
If you cannot make these deadlines, contact your Coordinator Internationalisation
Erasmus+ and Brexit
Even though the UK left the EU on January 31st, 2020. The United Kingdom is in 2020 and the 1st semester of 2021 still an eligible country for Erasmus+ Scholarships. The situation from the 2nd semester of 2021 is not sure and depends on the current negotiations between the EU and the UK.
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