SKEMA encourages mobility for its teaching and administrative staff by informing them of opportunities for teaching and training. SKEMA aims to increase the mobility among staff to enable more to experience Erasmus + mobility and share this experience and best practices.
For mobility of educational personnel, the Erasmus + programme classifies participating countries into four categories depending on their cost of living. Grant rates are based on this classification. These rates are not a maximum-minimum range, but are fixed amounts.
|Group A||Denmark, Ireland, The Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom ||112 euros||78.40 euros|
|Group B||Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Romania, Turkey ||98 euros||68.60 euros|
|Group C||Republic of Macedonia Germany, Latvia, Malta, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain ||84 euros||59.80 euros|
|Group D||Croatia, Estonia, Lithuania, Slovenia ||70 euros||49.00 euros|
The contribution to travel expenses concerns return journeys to the final destination. The amount is calculated on the basis of the distance covered according to amounts per kilometre as illustrated in the table below
Only the outward journey should be taken into account when working out the distance and the rate
|Less than 100 Km||0 euros|
|100-499 Km||180 euros|
|500-1999 Km||275 euros|
|2000-2999 Km||360 euros|
|3000-3999 Km||530 euros|
|4000-7999 Km||820 euros|
|More than 8000 Km||1100 euros|
These distances are calculated using a tool developed by the European Commission for the purpose.
Erasmus + mobility for persons with special needs
Erasmus + institutions take all possible measures to ensure mobility for the severely handicapped or persons with special needs. In the Erasmus + programme, a person with special needs is defined as “a potential participant whose state of mental and/or physical health requires particular financial support”. A request for complementary funding for such individuals must be made at the latest one month before the start of the mobility period.