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Group 1

Programme Countries with higher living costs

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland,, Luxembourg, Sweden, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway,

Group 2

Programme Countries with medium living costs

Austria, Belgium, ,Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal,

Group 3

Programme Countries with lower living costs

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, ,Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey

The EU grant provided to students will depend on their mobility flow, as follows:

  •  mobility towards a country with similar living costs: students will receive the medium range EU grant;
  •  mobility towards a country with higher living costs: students will receive the higher range EU grant;
  •  mobility towards a country with lower living costs: students will receive the lower range EU grant.

 The amounts defined by National Agencies will be set within the following minimum and maximum ranges:

  • Medium range EU grant: a medium range, between 220 and 470 EUR per month, will apply to mobility activities towards a country of similar living costs: a) from Group 1 to Group 1, b) from Group 2 to Group 2 and c) from Group 3 to Group 3.
  • Higher range EU grant: corresponds to the medium range applied by the National Agency plus at least 50 EUR and between 270 and 520 EUR per month. It applies to mobility activities towards a country of higher living costs: a) from Group 2 to Group 1 countries and b) from Group 3 to Group 1 and 2 countries.
  • Lower range EU grant: corresponds to the medium range applied by the National Agency minus at least 50 EUR and between 170 and 420 EUR per month. It applies to mobility activities towards a country of lower living costs: a) Group 1 to Group 2 and 3 countries and b) from Group 2 to Group 3.

 When defining the amounts to be applied by beneficiaries in their country, National Agencies will consider two specific criteria:

  • the availability and the level of other sources of co-financing from private or public bodies at local, regional or national level to complement the EU grant;
  •  the general level of demand of students who intend to study or receive training abroad.

 National Agencies may decide to grant flexibility to their higher education institutions by fixing ranges instead of amounts at national level. This should be based on justified grounds, for example in countries where co-financing is available at regional or institutional level.