December 10, 2020 by eklose
Whether you are receiving an Erasmus scholarship or are an Erasmus fellow, you sign a scholarship agreement indicating the duration of your mobility, the amount of the scholarship and other rights and obligations. In addition to the above agreements, students and staff will also sign the participant grant agreement, which defines the terms of financial assistance and the terms of the award. This document is signed between the person and the institution of the country of the program before the start of mobility. This agreement is signed jointly by the student, the person in charge of the sending establishment and the person in charge of the institution entitled to receive. Your home institution and your host institution must have an inter-institutional agreement between them so that you can study with Erasmus. If an Albanian university has been selected as the winner in a bilateral international credit mobility project, it can benefit from short-term mobility, from 3 to 12 months for undergraduate, master`s and PHD students and from 5 days to 2 months for teaching and administrative staff. Language requirements are defined in the inter-institutional agreement between the two universities. Your studies abroad must be relevant to your learning and personal development needs related to studies and be part of the studies you follow. The apprenticeship agreement should include all the learning gains that the student must obtain during the exchange. The selection criteria for students and staff are defined in agreement between the sending reception centres. They should be announced at the tender and should be properly publicized. Both institutions must also hold the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (if they are in the countries of the programme).
When the inter-institutional agreements are signed, the institutions of the partner countries commit to the principles of the Charter. Presentation of the aid agreements signed with the beneficiaries of Erasmus aid. If you alternate between the program and the partner countries, the institution of the country of the program will sign the grant agreement. Your sending and receiving systems decide what your payments are. This initiative builds on the experience gained and builds on Erasmus programmes in the EU and in higher education. Erasmus International Credit Mobility supports international exchanges of students, academics, ideas and best practices between cooperating institutions. The programme funds study trips abroad, exchanges of visiting professors and vocational training abroad for university staff between Erasmus countries (in Europe) and partner countries (outside Europe). Students must be enrolled in a higher education institution and be enrolled in studies that result in a recognized degree or other recognized university degree (up to the doctoral degree included).
Mobility is part of previous inter-institutional agreements between sending and host institutions. Please note that Erasmus International Credit mobility can only be achieved between specific countries and certain partner universities. If you are mobile within the countries of the program, your sending institution will sign your grant contract and will be responsible for all payments. These agreements are concluded by higher education institutions participating in Erasmus for mobility activities for students or staff. Your higher education institution must recognise the credits (with ECTS points or an equivalent system) as agreed in the pre-mobility apprenticeship agreement and that they are taken into account in your degree, without any other requirements The project unit will sign the financial contract necessary to make the Erasmus-ICM scholarship available and to confirm the arrival.