Search Results: exchange-grant

Student_Exchange_UEF_April2018 [pdf]

exchange, consider the following aspects: the type of exchange (study or internship), possible destinations, the timing and the length of the exchange, as well as the funding of the exchange….

Funding your studies abroad [page]

be granted for student exchange if the exchange studies are equivalent to Finnish studies eligible for financial aid or are included in a Finnish degree. Outgoing exchange students may receive…

Applying for student exchange and traineeship abroad [page]

November ISEP Exchange Bilateral student exchange, first call for applications (destinations outside Europe) north2north (not available for the academic year 2019–2020) 1 to 15 February Erasmus+ (student exchange) FIRST+ Nordlys…

ISEP Exchange and ISEP Direct [page]

ISEP EXCHANGE ISEP (International Student Exchange Program) is an international student exchange programme based on reciprocity. FOR WHOM? Bachelor’s and Master’s level students of various fields. There are more universities…

FIRST+ programme [page]

The amount of the mobility grant is max. EUR 560/month. As a rule, the grant can be paid for one semester (4 months). An extra mobility grant for a two-semester…

Student exchange in Europe [page]

students apply for exchange internally to be accepted as UEF candidates for exchange (the home department/school chooses the candidates); secondly, the selected candidates apply for the exchange to the host…

Nordplus programme and Nordlys network [page]

subject than their major during the exchange. The Nordlys exchanges are coordinated at UEF International Mobility Services. For whom: Bachelor’s and Master’s students of various fields. When: The student exchange

Checklist for outgoing exchange students [page]

□ Plan your exchange well in advance. Search for information about the host country, region, and host university. Think about your goals for the exchange. □ The final acceptance from…