13/06/2016

Second Round of Applications for International Credit Mobility 2016

Good news! With funds left over from the first round of applications, National Agencies in some Programme Countries will be opening a second round of applications under the 2016 call for International Credit Mobility Key Action 1) – giving your institution the opportunity to apply for funding for mobility projects with higher education institutions across the globe.

The second round of applications will close on 15 September 2016 at 12:00 noon (Brussels time).

Applications will be limited to those regions for which funds are still available after the first round of applications. These are likely to include some or all of the following:
  • South Mediterranean
  • Western Balkans
  • Eastern Partnership
  • Central Asia
  • Russia

Any higher education institution can apply, including those that have already secured funding for a given project, or those that did not apply or were unsuccessful in securing funding for the first round of applications.

More information regarding the second round of the call will soon be published on the Erasmus+ website.

Potential applicants are encouraged to consult their National Agency's website in the coming weeks to find out whether or not their country will participate in this second round, and with which regions of the world they can apply for mobility projects.

More information on mobility projects is available in the opportunities for organisations section.

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