Covid-19 updates for students!
NEWS! European Commission has decided to extend the Erasmus+ KA107 2018-2020 project until 31.07.2021!
International credit mobility (ICM) funds short term student and staff mobility between European and Partner Countries on the basis of inter-institutional agreements.Partner Countries are Non-EU countries.
Due to EU sanctions, some universities in some regions can not take part in Erasmus+ICM. You can find the list HERE.
As the funding for Erasmus KA107 is limited, UT Erasmus+ ICM committee selects the partners based on cooperation requests from the institutes. Selected partners are included in the General Project application.
Partnership selection criteria:
a) developing sustainable cooperation with long-standing, reputable partners, including the University of Tartu’s existing institutional partners/bilateral partners;
b) diversity and broad inclusion, enabling staff from as many units as possible to participate in the mobility project, including those staff members who have not received funding in previous calls for proposals;
c) the content and quality of the cooperation description submitted during the application phase of the mobility project;
d) effective use of mobility grants requested in earlier project periods;
e) balance of mobility between partner institutions.
Funding consists of 2 parts:
1. Travel support (calculated with the travel distance calculator)
Between 100 - 499 km:
180 EUR per participant
Between 500 - 1999 km:
275 EUR per participant
Between 2000 - 2999 km:
360 EUR per participant
Between 3000 - 3999 km:
530 EUR per participant
Between 4000 - 7999 km:
820 EUR per participant
8000 km and longer:
1500 EUR per participant
2. Subsistence support:Students
Incoming students to UT 800 EUR per month;
Outgoing students from UT 700 EUR per month.
Incoming staff to UT 140 EUR per day . 20% of income tax will be deducted according to Estonian tax law;
Outgoing staff from UT 180 EUR per day.
Please note that the home university is responsible for the nomination of students and staff members!
Spring semester: November 15 (all applicants)
Autumn semester: April 15 (all applicants)
Nomination information has to include: student's name, field of study, study level (1st, 2nd or 3rd) and e-mail.
The partner university should send the nominations to the student coordinator:
Ms. Piret Saluveerpiret.saluveer [ät] ut.ee
For more detailed information on student exchange, please see the following webpage:http://www.ut.ee/en/international/international-partners/erasmus-partners
Here you can find the learning agreement for studies.
The partner university should send the staff exchnage nominations to the coordinator:
Ms. Karoliina Vilimaa-Pennarunkaroliina.pennarun [ät] ut.ee
+372 737 6164
The nominations should reach the coordinator in UT at least 3 weeks before requested mobility dates.
The mobility agreement for teaching or mobility agreement for staff exchange has to be agreed upon and signed before the start date of the mobility.
Participants will have to make their own travel arrangements. The reimbursement for travel is calculated according to the travel support amount provided by EC (see above) and made upon arrival to UT. The payment will be made in UT upon arrival in cash.
UT Erasmus+ KA107 Partners 2020-2023
UT Erasmus+ KA107 partners 2019–2022
UT Erasmus+ KA107 partners 2018-2021
Guide for Participating HEI's in Partner Countries!Guide for Partner Universities!Erasmus CharterSupport for participants with special needs