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Erasmus +

UniLaSalle has held an Erasmus+ University Charter for higher education since 2014.

Funded by the European Union, the Erasmus+ program is involved in developing mobility for students, research lecturers and staff at higher education institutions in Europe. It helps to improve cooperation between higher education institutions.

The program is open to students but also lecturers and administrative staff working in higher education.


Student mobility

The Erasmus+ program provides support for your planned internship in an EU country, a European Economic Area country or in Turkey, and/or for your planned period of study in a European partner university (Erasmus partnership).


Erasmus+ grants

Erasmus+ pays students two types of grant — the Erasmus+ study abroad grant and the Erasmus+ work abroad grant, both funded by the European Union.

2019-2020 grant rates (for information only)

Band 1 countries: Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, United Kingdom and Sweden.

  • Erasmus+ study abroad grant: €350 / month
  • Erasmus+ work abroad grant: €500 / month

Band 2 countries: Germany, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, The Netherlands, Portugal.

  • Erasmus+ study abroad grant: €270 / month
  • Erasmus+ work abroad grant: €500 / month

Band 3 countries: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey.

  • Erasmus+ study abroad grant: €210 / month
  • Erasmus+ work abroad grant: €360 / month
picto_handicapDo you have a disability?

You can apply for an Erasmus+ special needs grant. Information on this allowance will be given at the initial meeting. Check the “disability” box when filling out the Erasmus+ application form, and the International Relations Office will then contact you during the selection process regarding specific steps to be taken at a later date.

ECTS grading scale

One semester of full-time study corresponds to 30 ECTS credits.

Two semesters of full-time study corresponds to 60 ECTS credits.

One ECTS credit represents between 25 and 30 hours of work for a student (lectures, study, homework, examinations, etc.).

The grading scale ranges from 0 to 20 and the pass mark is 10.

Transcripts of grades for international students also feature the ECTS grade, showing the relative position of a grade in a given reference group.

ECTS grade and equivalence in the UniLaSalle grading system

A — > 17
B — > 15 – 17
C — > 13 – 15
D — > 11 – 13
E — > 8 – 11
F — ≤ 8

Higher education staff mobility

Two types of mobility program are open to research lecturers, research coordinators and administrative staff:

  • Teaching mobility involves teaching at least 8 hours in a partner university. These classes must be featured in the academic program of the host institution.
    This type of mobility is also open to employees from foreign companies who come and teach at least 8 hours at UniLaSalle.
    Length of mobility period: from 2 days to 2 months.
  • Training mobility enables lecturers, research coordinators and administrative and technical staff to train in an institution, company or training organization in Europe.

Staff will be informed of possible destinations and funding opportunities each year by the International Relations Office.

They can submit their mobility request to the International Relations Office and their line manager.

Their request will be examined according to opportunities available with partners, their language skills, availability and timetable.

Financial assistance for Erasmus+ mobility

Teaching and administrative staff can apply for Erasmus+ funding as part of a mobility program with an Erasmus+ partner institution.

Living expenses

They are calculated according to the length of stay and destination country

Download information about Erasmus+ mobility funding for higher education staff

Travel expenses

They are calculated according to the distance in kilometers between the staff member’s place of residence and the destination institution.