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Can you still go on Erasmus+ next semester? Did your exchange university publish news about it? 

We are in contact with the universities, erasmus programmes and student associations in order to keep you updated about Erasmus+ and COVID-19.

Keep yourself updated and live your dream abroad!

Erasmus+ in Budapest: Closed borders!

From the 1st of September the border of Hunagry will be closed, so will you be able to go on Erasmus+ to Budapest? The answer seems to be yes. As long as they provide a Covid-19 negative test result foreign students seem to be allowed to enter in Hungary. To know more about this click here.

Will universities accept Erasmus+ students?

Check here if your destination university is accepting exchange students and offering online classes! 

Erasmus+ Porto: Have a safe travel!

Starting to plan your Erasmus+ in Porto, Portugal?

Check here the important updated travel measures provided by Visit Portugal.

Flights to 57 Destinations: Finally Resumed!

Prague Morning says 50% of the  connections will be resumed  in comparison with the last week.  You can now be tested at Václav Havel airport for COVID-19 by the GHC Genetics laboratory. To know more check here.

Where can you travel?

Know to where and how you can travel in Europe with the help of this interactive map.

Borders Open!

Foreigners can enter in the Czech Republic!  Non-citizens must, however, present a negative test upon their arrival to the Czech Republic, if coming from a medium to high risk of infection country. Many flights are also fortunately resuming, you can check it here.

University of New York in Prague Will Open!

The University of New York in Prague will be open in September for both foreigners, including Erasmus+  exchange students, and local students!

Read more about this prestigious university here.

 


Yes, you can postpone your Erasmus+ Experience!

The European Comission advises all participants in Erasmus+ /European Solidarity Corps mobilities to contact their home institution or supporting organization in order to understand if postponing their mobility  projects is indeed possible. Remember to also enter in touch with your home university or supporting organization in order to prolong your stay, but the European Comission affirms that by principle it is possible to do so.

You can keep your Erasmus+ Scholarship

Following VSE information the students who returned home but kept being enrolled in long distance virtual learning at the destination university will be see be eligible to receive their Erasmus+ mobility scholarship.

 

Deadlines for Erasmus+ Applications Extended

The European Comission decided to extend the deadlines to apply for the Erasmus+ Programme and the European Solidarity Corps.

Some deadlines: 

  • 7 May 2020 – Mobility of individuals in the field of youth (until 12:00 Brussels time)
  • 7 May 2020 – Volunteering projects (until 12h00 Brussels time)
  • 7 May 2020 – Traineeships and jobs (until12h00 Brussels time)
  • 7 May 2020 –  Solidarity Projects(until 12h00 Brussels time)

Check all deadlines in the following link .

 

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