If the project is selected for an EU grant under Erasmus, the indicative timetable for receiving grant agreements and grant decisions under each action is listed below in the section «Project Life Cycle and Payment Terms» section. 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. The single-recipient grant agreement is only available in English in pdf format. The grant agreement models and grant decisions used under the Erasmus programme will be made available on the websites of the European Commission and the Executive Agency during the year. 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. You can distinguish the entire length of stay in the months and months for which you have Erasmus financial assistance. The difference between these two data is called the «zero grant» period. The Erasmus scholarship is awarded as follows, depending on the actual duration of the Erasmus stay 2020/21: for example: she entered a partner university for a period of 6 months, receives an Erasmus scholarship for 5 months, 1 month is designated as «Zero Grant» under the provisions of the LMU. She can therefore return to her bachelor`s degree abroad for 6 months of studies or Erasmus internships.

The Erasmus scholarship is based on the country of destination. The destination countries were divided into three groups by the European Commission. Example: you go for 6 months (1 semester) to a partner university, get an Erasmus scholarship for 5 months according to the funding rules of the LMU – 1 month is considered a zero grant period. Since the year 2018 of the Erasmus project, the amount of Erasmus monthly aid rates is set at the national level by the DAAD. This period of stay must be replaced by a confirmation of residence and be gilded as an effective Erasmus eligibility period.