ErasmusPlus Key Action 103 Allocation 2016-17



By Gerry O Sullivan

Posted: 6 January, 2017

ErasmusPlus Key Action 103 Allocation 2016-17

Erasmus+ Key Action 103 – Intra European Student and Staff Mobility 2016-17

Results of Allocation to 30 Higher Education Institutions

Higher Education Institution Amount (€)
University of Limerick 1,155.065
National University of Ireland Galway 933,980
University College Dublin 848,865
Trinity College Dublin 784,610
University College Cork 773,860
Dublin Institute of Technology 569,560
Dublin City University 438,450
Maynooth University 358,815
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology 185,050
Cork Institute of Technology 170,105
Mary Immaculate College 137,820
Limerick Institute of Technology 130,045
Waterford Institute of Technology 113,075
National College of Art and Design 87,035
Institute of Technology Sligo 85,735
Institute of Technology Carlow 78,390
Dundalk Institute of Technology 76,465
Letterkenny Institute of Technology 64,135
Institute of Technology Tallaght 56,125
Institute of Technology Blanchardstown 40,460
Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology 36,180
Institute of Technology Tralee 34,905
Athlone Institute of Technology 33,010
Royal Irish Academy of Music 23,665
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland 17,100
St. Angela’s College Sligo 14,265
St. Nicholas Montessori College Ireland 10,385
Newpark Music Centre, Dublin 8,455
Pontifical University Maynooth 6,435
Griffith College Dublin 1,700
Total 7,273,745

More: E+ Allocation 2017

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