At this stage of the year we restrict Erasmus+ grants to 9 months maximum. If at the end of the year we have enough grant money to pay to 10 months we will.
Just to let you know if you weren’t aware when you applied for your EHIC card prior to going on Study Abroad, there have been some changes to the process
This is a reminder that one of the last things that you will need to do to ensure that your Erasmus+ funding is secured is to submit the online ‘report’ which you will have received an email about direct from the European Commission.
We have just completed the first of the pre-departure briefing sessions for students going on study abroad 2018/2019 and it was great to see the lecture theatre full. We went through a really comprehensive presentation that has been recently revised to give as much information as we could. There were questions at this session about student finance that we thought we’d drop the answers to here for anyone else who might need to know, and will do the same after each session.