Erasmus+ is also actively contributing to Europe's new growth strategy, the European Green Deal. With mobility at its core, Erasmus+ aims to promote carbon neutrality by encouraging more sustainable modes of transport and more responsible behaviour.
From the academic year 2021/2022, students participating in long-term mobility can receive an additional €50 on top of their Erasmus grant if they use a train, bus, boat or car-sharing service (used by 2 or more participants) instead of a plane for a round trip of more than 100 km.
Students travelling for short-term mobility are also eligible for increased financial support if they are awarded a travel grant in accordance with the rules of the programme.
For more information on the opportunities offered by Erasmus+, please contact the Faculty Coordinator Mrs. Unucková (email@example.com) or the Institutional Erasmus+ Coordinator.