Exchange students can apply for a scholarship if they will study abroad with the Erasmus+ programme.
Scholarship is designed to cover additional costs related to the exchange. It might not cover all costs related to studying abroad, thus self-financing might be necessary. As with students who study in Estonia, the exchange student is entitled to receive state scholarships, study subsidies and loans for the whole study period.
The student can apply for an additional subsidy from state and private funds for the period of his or her studies abroad. However, during the period abroad the Erasmus+ student cannot use any other scholarships provided by the official structures of the European Union. In order to avoid double financing, the same requirement is applied to the state scholarship programme Kristjan Jaak and to scholarships paid out through agreements between the states.
One can use the status and the privileges of being an Erasmus+ student even without a scholarship.
|Erasmus+ program||European Commission Scholarship for students for study mobility|
|Group-1||Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway||520€ per 30 days|
|Group-2||Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal||520€ per 30 days|
|Group-3||Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Turkey||470€ per 30 days|
|This project is funded by the European Union