Erasmus+ Student Charter
Each Erasmus+ student will be given an Erasmus+ Student Charter by their sending university or higher education institution after their selection. The Student Charter highlights the rights and obligations of students participating in Erasmus+. It informs Erasmus+ students about what they are entitled to and what is expected of them during their secondment for studies and/or for a traineeship.
In particular, the Erasmus+ Student Charter outlines the basic entitlements of the Erasmus+ students, such as free tuition and full recognition of studies or traineeship abroad. The Charter also specifies the main obligations of the Erasmus+ students, providing them with a concise idea of their duties with regard to both their sending and receiving higher education institutions/enterprise.
The Erasmus+ Student Charter is available in the table below:
(translations for greyed out countries will be available soon)
|Austria||Belgium (DE, FR, NL)||Bulgaria||Cyprus|
|Croatia||Hungary||Ireland (GA, EN)||Iceland|
|Italy||Liechtenstein||Lithuania||Luxembourg (DE, FR)|
|Latvia|| The former Yugoslav
Republic of Macedonia
- Consult also “Your rights as a mobile student” (Youth on the Move guide to the rights of mobile students in the European Union)
Info and contact
You can also contact your university or college’s registry office for details of specific exchanges between institutions. For further enquiries, please contact your National Agency.