Erasmus+ mobility programmes contribute to support students who want to study or work abroad. The grants cover their additional expenses (travel and subsistence). The award of individual scholarships is taken in charge by the entity of origin, based on the rules and the guidelines of the LLP NA. For each of the mobility activities, the NA decided to adopt a minimum recommended, the constant reference table available in the AN LLP website. As managing each entity adopts the awarding of grants, can give the case of scholarships exist below or above these values given up to a certain maximum value.
Students must be on study period or work placement abroad according to the Erasmus' entry requirements.