The amount depends on the country where the course is organised (65 Eur for Netherlands; 85 Eur for Malta) and is to be paid from the grant of 350 Eur given by the NAs for organisational support
Organisational support includes: daily monitoring, participants' support throughout the course, assessment of the participants' learning outcomes at the end of the course, attendance certificate; official Europass Mobility document (to be issued at request, if required at least 2 weeks before the course starts)
70 Eur per participant per day (for a 7 days course, the course fee is of 490 Eur per participant)
The course fees must be paid by bank transfer, at least one month before the course starts. The course fees are not refundable. For justifiable reasons, the participation can be postponed to one of our further courses with no additional charge.
|travel support (received from the NAs)|
180 Eur per participant for travel distance between 100 and 499km
275 Eur per participant for travel distance between 500 and 1999km
360 Eur per participant for travel distance between 2000 and 2999km
530 Eur per participant for travel distance between 3000 and 3999km
820 Eur per participant for travel distance between 4000 and 7999km
1100 Eur per participant for travel distance of more than 8000km
The international travel costs covers the travel costs from the place of origin of the participant, to the course venue and back.
Covid-19 policy update:
For the courses already booked - considering that the postponement of our training activities is due to extraordinary circumstances and imposed on us independently from our control - our cancellation policy does not foresee any reimbursement for the courses that have already been booked.
However, in case you would like to reschedule your course dates or replace your name with the name of somebody else from your organisation/school, we are pleased to inform you that we can do the changes (rescheduling and/or replacement) without costs, for one of our next courses.
As published on the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency website on Friday, 20th of March 2020, “The Agency will follow the guidance issued by the Commission to the Erasmus+ National Agencies: the beneficiaries can invoke the "force majeure" clauses.”
In this respect, the European Commission has announced that, due to the spread of coronavirus, the participants in the mobility programmes have the right to suspend the mobility to certain areas and apply the force majeure clause in the mobility agreement to compensate for the additional costs incurred. If additional costs occur in connection to the suspension or cancellation of the mobility, the participant is entitled to reimbursement from its National Agency. In this respect, as instructed by the European Commission, all National Agencies can provide the beneficiaries with special forms to be filled in for the force majoure situation due to Covid-19 outbreak; it means that the participant's expenses will be fully covered (the participant and his/her organisation/school will not lose any money).
For further instructions, please consult your Erasmus + Coordinator and your National Agency.