€9.2m allocated for Year 1 of new Erasmus+ Programme

Gerry O'Sullivan

Posted: 26 October, 2021

The Erasmus+ National Agency at the Higher Education Authority has allocated almost €9.2m under the first call of the Erasmus+ Programme 2021-27.  The funds can be used up to October 2023.

Three institutions receive in excess of €1m – UL, UCD and NUIG – for student and staff mobilities to any one of the EU27 member states plus Norway, Liechtenstein, Turkey, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia and Iceland.

Funds available under the programme will increase significantly from 2022.

Higher Education InstitutionAmount Allocated
University of Limerick€1,576,380
University College Dublin€1,217,530
National University of Ireland Galway€1,082,400
University College Cork€786,180
Trinity College Dublin€677,460
Dublin City University€612,120
Maynooth University€599,260
Technological University Dublin€597514
Waterford Institute of Technology€322,340
Munster Technological University€252,380
Mary Immaculate College Limerick€245,560
Galway-Institute of Technology€236,880
Limerick Institute of Technology€209,949
National College of Art and Design Dublin€150,660
Institute of Technology Sligo€130,370
Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology€107,660
Athlone Institute of Technology€72,330
St. Angela's College Sligo€61,268
Dundalk Institute of Technology€45,450
Royal Irish Academy of Music Dublin€43,700
Institute of Technology Carlow€37,560
Griffith College Dublin€33,544
American College Dublin€23,784
RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences Dublin€19,904
Galway Business School€15,340
Letterkenny Institute of Technology€15,036
St. Patrick's Pontifical University Maynooth€10,636
Marino Institute of Education Dublin€9,520

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