Erasmus+ Key Action 103 Grant Allocation for academic year 2018/2019

By Mariana Reis

Posted: 26 April, 2018

The National Agency for Erasmus+ Higher Education in Ireland at the Higher Education Authority has allocated nearly €10m towards ERASMUS+ Key Action 103 – Mobility between Programme Countries for the Academic Year 2018/2019.

The funding will allow approximately 5,000 participants (students and staff) from Irish HEIs to go abroad for a study (SMS), placement (SMP), teaching assignment (STA) or training (STT) period.


Results of the Erasmus+ KA103 Grant Allocation for 2018/2019 to 30 Irish Higher Education Institutions

University of Limerick44127042191,290,035
NUI Galway3151698131,190,785
Trinity College Dublin3878514191,129,795
University College Cork3209026291,008,615
University College Dublin39046109919,405
Dublin IT25218453831,960
Dublin City University25376195831,395
NUI Maynooth17515196516,360
Cork IT75551313289,980
Galway-Mayo IT409192260,075
Waterford IT6025116223,075
Mary Immaculate College781532197,130
IT Sligo194678145,050
Limerick IT106078135,175
IT Carlow223287122,825
IT Tallaght20258385,560
Letterkenny IT16257382,875
Athlone IT4184569,095
Dundalk IT17193267,065
IT Tralee5189458,140
IT Blanchardstown1603139,700
St. Angela's College4101122,610
Royal Irish Academic of Music305622,570
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland0102420,870
St. Nicholas Montessori College Ireland623217,585
Pontifical University401315,050
Marino Institute of Education701211,375
Hibernia College00235,875

SMS = Student Mobility for Study

SMP = Student Mobility for Placement

STA = Staff mobility for Teaching Assignment

STT = Staff mobility for Training

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