Erasmus call for application



DURATION OF PROJECT:  1 June 2021 – 30 September 2022
AVAILABILITY OF ERASMUS+ GRANT: from middle of August 2021

LIST OF UNIVERSITIES AND AVAILABLE PLACES  (excel file, separate tabs for each faculty):

Basic requirements:

Mode of application: electronically, by filling in the online application form and attaching the required documents in scanned form. The application form (AF) can be printed before filling to be used as a draft. The AF can be reached by clicking on the link at the end of this call.

Who can apply: students who have full-time active student status both at the time of the application and in the semester of  studies abroad.
STUDIES ABROAD CANNOT BE SCHEDULED FOR THE LAST SEMESTER (semester of graduation), please do not submit an application for the last semester.
Students studying on any of the scholarships financed by the Hungarian government cannot take part in Erasmus.

The 12-month rule per study cycle: number of months to be applied for: min. 3 – max. 12 months / study cycle. Multiple applications for studies and/or traineeships are allowed within the 12-month limit in the same study cycle.

Deadline for application:  24.00, on 28  March 2021   (the extension of the deadline will be communicated later if this is the case)

Required documents:

Decision-making procedures:
Applications are assessed and applicants are ranked in priority order by the Erasmus Committees of the faculties. Faculties pass their decisions to the Erasmus Office and the final decision (place of studies, number of months, individual grant support) is made by the central Erasmus Assessment Committee. Applicants will be informed about the results by the Erasmus Office.

Expected time of the final decision: 16 April 2021

Awarded Erasmus+ grant:
The grant will be awarded for full months, but will be recalculated when the participant  makes a Grant Agreement with the university. The grant will be calculated for  the exact total number of days and paid to the participant in 2 instalments:

Amount of Erasmus+ grant by countries:

Country type of mobility:studies abroad

Countries of high subsistence costs:
Finland (FI), Sweden (SE), Denmark (DK), Ireland (IE), Norway (NO), Lichtenstein (LI), Iceland (IS), Luxembourg (LX)

520 € / month


Countries of medium subsistence costs:  (Spain (ES), Germany (DE), The Netherlands (NL), Belgium (BE), Portugal (PT), Greece (GR), Luxemburg (LU), Cyprus (CY), France (FR), Italy (IT), Austria (AT), Malta (MT)),

520 € / month


Countries of low subsistence costs: (Poland (PL), Romania (RO), Hungary (HU), Lithuania (LT), Slovakia (SK), Bulgaria (BG), Latvia (LV), Estonia (EE), Macedonia , Czech Republic (CZ), Slovenia (SI), Croatia (HR), Turkey (TR), Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia

470 € / month


Financing will be awarded for one semester, but depending  on the actual budget, autumn semester students may extend their studies for the spring semester too if there is unused grant in the budget.  The Erasmus grant does not cover all expenses, students should be prepared for partial  self-financing or looking for other sources.  Outgoing students are only entitled to the Erasmus grant for the period actually (physically)  spent at the host university/country (no grant is awarded for the period when studies are done online from the sending country).

Zero-grant status: if  the number of applicants exceeds the limits of the available financial sources, applicants will be ranked in waiting lists, or they can be awarded Erasmus status without grant. In such cases, they will be self-financing Erasmus students.

Acceptance by the host institution:  once a student is awarded the Erasmus grant, he/she has to submit an application to the host university too. Acceptance by the host university is the primary condition to use the grant.

Mode of learning:  due to and depending on the pandemic, host universities will offer different types of learning: onsite/in-class/physical combined with  online, or exclusively online.  Blended mobility means the combination of learning in physical presence and online. The concrete mode of learning will be communicated by the host university before the start of the semester. Later, even when the pandemic is over and life gets back to normal, blended mobility may remain the mode of learning for the long run.


Consequences of giving  false information/data:
Submitting false data or documents in the application may lead to serious sanctions, even disqualification from the application round.

Both the application for the Erasmus grant and the application to the host university  require serious  and thorough preparation. Students will face a huge amount of paperwork and bureaucratic administrative procedures.


Selected students will  have the following obligations before starting studies abroad:


Institutional  Erasmus Coordinator:
Dr. Zoltán Bartha
Inst. of Economic Theory and Methodology, A/4. 4th floor, 418.
Tel: (46) 565111 / ext. 23-46

Erasmus Officers in the Erasmus Office:
Edit Szőke,  A/4, 1st floor, room 108
Tel: (46) 565-111/ext. 22-76

Ágnes Magyar,  A/4, 1st floor, room 105
Tel: (46) 565-111/ext. 16-42

Faculty Erasmus Coordinators



Mechanical Eng and Informatics

Dr. Péter Bencs, Inst of Energy and Chemical Eng

Earth Science and Eng

Dr. Ferenc Mádai, Inst of Minerals and Geology

Materials Science and Eng

Dr. Béla Török, Inst. of Metallurgy


Dr. Kinga Szabó-Tóth,  Inst. of Sociology


Dóra Diána Andráskó, Inst. of Management,


Dr. Zoltán Varga, Vice-Dean,

Health Science

Dr. Tamás  Tompa

Bartók Béla Music Inst.

Dr. Sándor Papp


TO REACH THE APPLICATION FORM, PLEASE CLICK ON THE  LINK BELOW  (in some cases the use of the CTRL button is needed to be navigated to the browser) .