Erasmus+ international mobility programme

 2017-2018 Academic Years 

What is the Erasmus+ international credit mobility programme?

The international credit mobility programme was established by the European Commission in 2015 to encourage international mobility for students, faculty and all higher education staff between Europe and partner countries. 

As part of its international policy, Sciences Po applied for funding to provide grants for mobility to or from a number of countries outside Europe. 

For information about Erasmus+ programme between EU partner countries.

For which countries did Sciences Po secure funding under the 2016 and 2017 calls for proposals?

International mobility grants for Sciences Po students undertaking a mobility period outside Europe (outgoing students):

For more information please contact the international managers.

International mobility grants for teachers undertaking a mobility period outside Europe :

For more information please contact the international managers.

International mobility grants for students from partner countries undertaking an exchange at Sciences Po (incoming students): 

  • South Africa 
  • Bosnia and Herzegovine 
  • China
  • Georgia
  • India
  • Iraq 
  • Egypt
  • Israël 
  • Jordania 
  • Kenya
  • Kyrghystan
  • Lebanon
  • Russian Federation 
  • Serbia
  • Ukraine 

For more information please contact: your home university. 

International mobility grants for teachers wishing to undertake a mobility period at Sciences Po :

For more information please contact the international managers.

Amount of the Erasmus+ international credit mobility grant

The Erasmus+ international credit mobility grant includes two components:

A grant for financing travel to and from the participating country

The value of this grant is determined according to distance in km:

To find out which distance band applies, recipients should use the online distance calculator on the European Comission website at http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/tools/distance_en.htm, which indicates the distance one way. 

  • Between 100 and 499km: 180 per participant
  • Between 500 and 1,999km: €275 per participant
  • Between 2,000 and 2,999km: €360 per participant
  • Between 3,000 and 3,999km: 530 per participant
  • Between 4,000 and 7,999km: €820 per participant
  • 8,000km and above: €1,100 per participant 

A study grant

Monthly amount:

  • Incoming students (mobility from a partner country to France): €850
  • Outgoing students (mobility from France to a partner country): €650

The start date for the study grant is the first day on which the student's presence is required by the host organization. The end date for the grant is the last day on which the student's presence is required by the host organization.

For any questions regarding how the amount of the grant is calculated, please contact Sciences Po's Erasmus+ office: erasmusplus.international@sciencespo.fr