If you study or work abroad at a European destination during your degree studies, you may be eligible to receive an Erasmus+ grant. The Erasmus+ Programme is a European Union funded initiative, which aims to improve the quality of higher education and strengthen European links. It does this by encouraging transnational co-operation between universities and contributing to improved transparency and academic recognition of qualifications and studies throughout the European Union.
Bangor University has been awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014 - 2020 by the European Commission, which enables us to participate in activities that are financially supported by Erasmus+ such as Student Exchange and Staff Teaching/Training Exchange. We currently have co-operation agreements with over 100 institutional partners in approximately 20 countries within Europe.
If you would like more information about the current Erasmus+ Programme, please see the links provided below:
The availability and amount of Erasmus+ funding for staff and students depend on a number of factors and funding is conditional on the UK's continued participation in the Erasmus+ programme. If you would like to apply for an Erasmus+ grant to fund a study or work placement in Europe, please contact the International Exchanges Office to discuss eligibility and grant rates.
The Erasmus+ Charter
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