The indicative timetable for receiving grant agreements and grant decisions for each action is listed in the ”Project LifeCycle And Payment Terms” section below. Note: Mandates are not necessary for partner organisations in countries other than the candidate organisation`s country when it comes to mobility projects for students and higher education staff, mobility projects for learners and vocational training staff, mobility projects for school staff and mobility projects for adult training staff. However, organisations that are members of national consortia in the fields of higher education, vocational training, school and adult education are required to give a mandate to the candidate organisation. Or complete this version of the grant agreement and download it if you take distance courses or remote work from your home and place the placement in the UK or your home country, which is not the country of your partner institution. Depending on the nature of the action, grant agreements may take the form of agreements with single beneficiaries, the applicant being the sole beneficiary, or agreements with several beneficiaries in which all the consortium`s partner organizations are beneficiaries of the agreement. The agreement on several beneficiaries is signed by the coordinator, who is the only point of contact for the national or executive agency. However, all other organizations involved in a project (recipients) sign a mandate to assign the coordinator the responsibility of playing the role of primary beneficiary. As a general rule, each partner`s mandates must be assigned to the applicant during the application phase. If these warrants are issued at a later date, they must be made available by the time the grant agreement is signed. Erasmus offers scholarships to students who wish to study or do an internship in Norway. The scholarship is awarded mainly to students from EU member states and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey.
From 2015, students from partner countries outside Europe will be able to study at a Norwegian university with the Erasmus scholarship. All erasmus mobility aims to help individual learners develop skills, support their professional development and deepen their understanding of other cultures. Exceptionally, each organization participating in a selected project will sign, under strategic partnerships using the ”school exchange partnerships” format, a separate grant agreement (single-recipient) – especially for its share of the grant – with the National Agency established in its own country. The period of study in Norway is recognized as part of your studies at your home university. In order for mobility to take place, an inter-institutional agreement must be signed between the participating institutions. In this inter-institutional agreement, the sending and receiving agencies agree on the offer of courses open to invited students. The agreement ensures that the sending institution recognizes the credits acquired by its students for successful activities abroad and counts them upon return to the student`s diploma. As an Erasmus student, you are exempt from paying tuition fees, registration, exams and access to the host institution`s laboratory and library facilities. The monthly grant is intended to cover part of the cost of housing and living. The payment of a grant or national loan should be maintained abroad during the study period. You can contact your home institution for more information about the scholarship you receive as an Erasmus student.