What happens next?
After the deadline has passed, all applications will be reviewed and participants will be informed of the outcome of their application as soon as possible. If we receive more applications than can be funded, priority will be given to staff who have not previously accessed Erasmus funding. Additionally, colleges and administrative departments may be asked to prioritise applications from their staff.
Staff whose applications are successful must complete the required Erasmus documentation in order to receive the funds.
You will receive detailed email correspondance in relation to the paperwork required and the funding you will receive.
Pre and post departure meetings are offered to participants if required.
All employees and students of the University are covered under the insurance policy whilst travelling on University business.
All travellers should refer to the form, F-E.17.1 Summary of Travel Cover 2018-19, and should take a copy with them.
If you need to make a claim, you can download the necessary form here. The form needs to be completed in full, and then sent to email@example.com along with any relevant documents. Please do not send any claim directly to the insurers.
The Erasmus grants are provided as contrinutions towards travel and subsistence and might not cover all trip expenses. The funding covers:
- Travel Costs related to the trip (travel from home to host and back BUT NOT local travel while they are there)
- Subsistence costs – hotel, food, local travel etc
We can award funding for up to 2 travel days which is a day's subsistence for trvael before and/or after participating in teaching or training activities. If you will participate in teaching or training activity on the same day as travelling, you are not entitled to a travel day.
The exact amount awarded will depend on receipted expenditure. Therefore, there is no guarantee that the full amount of funding will be awarded.