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+ pays students two types of grant — the Erasmus+ study abroad grant and the Erasmus+ work abroad grant, both funded by the European Union.
2015-2016 grant rates (for information only)
Band 1 countries: Austria, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, United Kingdom and Sweden.
- Erasmus+ study abroad grant: €215
- Erasmus+ work abroad grant: €365
Band 2 and 3 countries: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Spain, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey.
- Erasmus+ study abroad grant: €165
- Erasmus+ work abroad grant: €315
Do 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