Students who successfully pass the selection process are eligible to receive an Erasmus scholarship, the amount of which depends on the country where the internship will take place.
|Country Groups||Monthly Scholarship|
Group I: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, Liechtenstein, Norway
|Group II: Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal.||824 EUR|
|Group III: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Serbia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Turkey.||756 EUR|
The Erasmus scholarship is granted to cover additional mobility expenses, such as travel and insurance costs, language training if needed, and to compensate for higher living expenses in the host country. The scholarship does not cover all expenses related to the internship abroad.
Interns can also choose to go abroad with a “zero scholarship.” In such cases, the Erasmus scholarship will not be paid, but interns will still have access to all Erasmus student rights (including free use of the Erasmus language assessment and learning system, and more).
Students who opt for eco-friendly travel can receive an additional 50 EUR. Eco-friendly travel is defined as a journey where the majority of the trip is undertaken using sustainable transportation methods (such as traveling by bus, train, or carpooling with fellow students).
Important: Students from socially disadvantaged groups or those raising minor child(ren) may be eligible for an additional 250 EUR per month scholarship (not applicable in cases of special needs).
Students with special needs can receive additional support for their internship abroad. According to the Erasmus+ program guidelines, a person with special needs is defined as a potential program participant whose physical, mental, or other health-related condition is such that their participation in mobility activities is impossible without additional funding. Applications for this support should be submitted to the Education Exchanges Support Foundation. More information is available on the Foundation’s website at www.erasmus-plius.lt.