The grant from the Erasmus+ budget is intended to cover part of the costs of travel and subsistence abroad.
The stay of an employee abroad may last between a minimum of two days (excluding travel time) and a maximum of two months.
The decision on the number of days for which individual support will be granted will be taken by the Vice-Rector of Education based on the availability of financial resources.
TUL employees qualified for the mobility receive individual financial support and a lump sum to finance travel costs in the form of a scholarship. The amount of individual grant depends on the group of countries where the receiving institution is located.
The amount of the travel allowance depends on the distance between the place of departure and the place of destination and is determined by the European Commission. To calculate the distance, a calculator available on the website of the European Commission's programme should be used:
Distance calculator (http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/resources/distance-calculat…)
The currently applicable rates are listed in the document Principles of Financing
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR QUALIFICATION
Participation in the Erasmus+ staff mobility qualifications to Programme Countries is based on the submission of the following documents, in accordance with the applicable schedule:
Application form for staff mobility
A statement of the receiving institution confirming the possibility of implementing the mobility in the planned scope
Staff Mobility Agreement
What else needs to be done before the planned mobility?
Eligible employees are required to submit a Request for a permission to go on a mobility abroad, as is the case for any other business trip abroad.
It is mandatory that before the departure you should read Information for Mobility Participant.