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Frequently Asked Questions

I am a student/university staff. When and where do I submit my Erasmus mobility application?

The participation of students/staff in Erasmus+ mobility activities is provided by the higher education institutions where they are students/staff. Higher education institutions determine their own selection calendars to select the students and staff they will send and carry out the selection procedures. Students/university staff make their applications to the institutions where they are students/staff in the calendar announced by the higher education institutions where they are students/staff.

Does Erasmus+ offer different opportunities for higher education students?

With the Erasmus+ period, "Joint Master Degrees" and "Erasmus+ Master Degree Loans" have been introduced for students at higher education level who are planning a master's degree.

It is recommended to review the following links of the European Commission for details:
Joint Master Degrees:
Erasmus+ Master Degree Loans:

Inter-institutional agreements are signed between faculties/departments of higher education institutions by the authorized persons of the higher education institutions to allow a certain number of students/staff to carry out mobility for certain periods of time. Although students do not have the opportunity to sign inter-institutional agreements, it is possible for them to assist university authorities in finding partners. However, no agreement to be made, even if it is a student who prepares the ground for this agreement, cannot be for the person of a particular student. Every agreement is in the name of the institution and is open to all students.

Can I go to the internship place I found with the student internship program?

Students can do internship in the places recommended by their universities or they can find their own internship places and apply to Erasmus coordinators. Students who are selected according to the selection criteria for the relevant academic year among the students who apply to the internship institutions recommended by the university or who apply with their own internship places can benefit from the activity within the quota.

Who can benefit from staff mobility for training?

Academic and administrative staff of higher education institutions can participate in this activity to improve themselves in their field of work and to exchange experiences with European colleagues.

Can I extend my study mobility, which I started in country X in the first semester, to the second semester and complete it in country Y? Can I get a grant in such a case?

If the student requests, the higher education institution approves and the higher education institution has sufficient grants in the relevant activity budget, the duration of the activity can be extended with a grant. In case there is no grant for the extension, students may also be allowed to stay for a second semester without a grant, provided that their university consents to this and all program rules are applied. On the other hand, the extension of the semester will only be valid if the student stays at the same higher education institution. In order to benefit from student mobility for a second time in a different country, a new application and selection process must be carried out.

Can I do my internship in two different institutions and can I get a grant in such a case?

An Erasmus+ mobility activity must be completed in a single institution from the beginning to the end. It is not accepted to carry out part of the activity in another institution and part of the activity in another institution. For internship mobility, an internship is carried out in a single institution for at least 2 months; an internship to be carried out 1 month in another institution and 1 month in another institution is not accepted as Erasmus+ internship mobility and no grant is given.

I was unable to take the return exam for my OLS (Online Linguistic Support) exam. Can the exam be resubmitted?

Students are required to take two OLS exams, one at the beginning and one at the end of the activity. The exams are automatically sent to the student's e-mail address registered in the system according to the activity start-end dates recorded in the OLS system. The system gives users 1 month to take both exams; exams not taken within the deadline are canceled. An exam that is not taken within the deadline cannot be reactivated. Students who have technical problems with the exam should notify the Erasmus offices of their universities as soon as possible.

I am a student, I was selected to carry out activities for 5 months, but my university only gives a grant for 4 months. Does my university have such a right?

Since Erasmus+ budget opportunities are limited and the demand for participation is higher than the available budget, it is possible for universities to partially grant mobility in order to enable more students to participate in the mobility. Universities can determine the periods for which they can provide grants according to their budget and demand. The grant period for a grant student cannot be shorter than 3 months for study mobility and 2 months for internship mobility.