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Erasmus+ Exchange

For those of you who choose to travel within Europe - The Erasmus+ exchange program gives you the opportunity to study and intern in Europe as well as in some selected countries outside of Europe.

Erasmus+ is the EU's program for promoting international cooperation and exchange in education. Erasmus+ aims to contribute to a more democratic and resourceful Europe by increasing the quality in the field of education.

The Erasmus program offers opportunities for international collaborations and mobility in the form of studies, internships, training, and teaching abroad.

The Scholarship

The scholarship is not full, but rather a contribution to be used for expenses and other costs related to the internship period. The scholarship amount is calculated based on the duration of the exchange period (number of months and days) and the country where the exchange takes place. The monthly amount for Erasmus+ exchange ranges between 510 and 560 Euros per month and is determined annually by the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR) and is the same for all universities in Sweden.

Partial Payments

The scholarship is paid in two partial payments. The first payment, 70 percent of the scholarship, is paid out when the study or internship period begins provided that you have submitted a signed Grant Agreement and Certificate of Arrival with the planned number of days you will be abroad.

The remaining amount is paid out after the study or internship period, when you submit the Certificate of Departure with the exact number of days you were abroad. If the period is ended earlier than the agreed time, the University may require the repayment of all or part of the scholarship.

You may not receive other scholarships or grants from the EU or UHR during the same period that you receive the Erasmus scholarship.

Additional support or funds

Additional support is available for students with disabilities and for students with minor children. Students who require educational support or special adaptation during their mobility have the opportunity to apply for funds for the extra costs that may arise.

Additional costs refer to the increased expenses that may arise for the higher education institution or the individual student traveling and that are not funded in other ways, such as transportation, educational materials, housing assistant/companion, medical follow-up, and/or physical therapy examination in the host country.

Learn about your rights and obligations as an Erasmus student:

Erasmus+ Student Charter - Erasmus+ (

Published: 6/5/2024

Erasmus + is funded by the EU.