If a deal passes, the UK will continue to participate in Erasmus+ until the end of the programme in 2020. This would allow staff and students to complete mobility periods, and receive funding, through the Erasmus+ programme until the end of the academic year 2020-21.
In the event of a no deal, the European Commission has proposed a regulation to underwrite the grants of both UK and EU students participating in Erasmus+ who have already begun their mobilities prior to the date exit. Therefore, students currently on an Erasmus+ placement will not be affected by the outcome of the negotiations and will be able to complete their placement without disruption.
The above information was taken from the following universities UK webpage on 16th October 2019
Additionally, up to date country specific advice on immigration status and health care can be found here within the specific country pages. You should also by now have received specific advice relating to the country you are in and the type of placement you are doing from staff in the Go Global team. If you have not received this information, or you have any other queries, please contact email@example.com