Almost €10m allocated for Erasmus+ KA103 student and staff mobilities in 2018

Gerry O'Sullivan

Posted: 25 April, 2018

The following is the 2018 Erasmus+ KA103 allocation to participating Irish higher education institutions.

Higher Education Institution Total
University of Limerick €1.290.035,00
National University of Ireland, Galway €1.190.785,00
Trinity College Dublin €1.129.795,00
University College Cork €1.008.615,00
University College Dublin €919.405,00
Dublin Institute of Technology €831.960,00
Dublin City University €831.395,00
Maynooth University €516.360,00
Cork Institute of Technology €289.980,00
National College of Art and Design €269.355,00
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology €260.075,00
Waterford Institute of Technology €223.075,00
Mary Immaculate College €197.130,00
Institute of Technology, Sligo €145.050,00
Limerick Institute of Technology €135.175,00
Institute of Technology, Carlow €122.825,00
Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art Design & Technology €86.450,00
Institute of Technology, Tallaght €85.560,00
Letterkenny Institute of Technology €82.875,00
Athlone Institute of Technology €69.095,00
Dundalk Institute of Technology €67.065,00
Institute of Technology, Tralee €58.140,00
Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown €39.700,00
St. Angela’s College €22.610,00
Royal Irish Academy of Music €22.570,00
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland €20.870,00
St. Nicholas Montessori College Ireland €17.585,00
Pontifical University €15.050,00
Marino Institute €11.375,00
Hibernia College €5.875,00
Griffith College Dublin €0,00
 Total Allocated €9.965.835,00





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