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The Erasmus grant only covers the higher living costs in the host country, and the grant rates vary by country (400-560 Euro/month).
Students will receive 80% of their grant prior to departure and 20% after submitting all their papers upon returning to Austria.
Funding rates 2019/20:
|1||Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom||EUR 560,-/month|
|2||Belgium, Germany, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus||EUR 510,-/month|
|3||Bulgaria, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary||EUR 460,-/month|
There are additional grants for students with special needs (medical certificate) as well as for students with children. Please contact your Erasmus coordinator at BOKU-International Relations for more information.
For additional grants, please see:
- Some federal states (Bundesländer) provide grants, further details can be found on the website of the Landesregierung.
- Cultural institutes and embassies also sometimes give scholarships to students.
- IMPORTANT: An Erasmus grant must not be combined with another study abroad grant directly financed by the BMWFW, BMBF or another federal unit; also, it must not be combined with other EU grants (e.g. Joint Master degree grant).
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