Erasmus+ is a European Union program designed to support educational exchanges in Europe. Under the Erasmus+ program, all SAN students, not just the best, have the opportunity to go on a study (for one or two semesters) or internship. Students receive stipends ranging from 350-700 euros per month, which do not count as income and are tax-free. For example, a student going to Denmark to study for five months, will receive 2500-3500 Euros for increased living expenses while studying at a partner university for 1 semester.
We are working hard to ensure that every student has the opportunity to go at least once during their studies. Each student has a total of 12 months of so-called "mobility capital" for first degree studies, and 12 months for second degree studies. The student can spend this time completing part of the study program at a partner university abroad, and/or during a minimum two-month field placement.
The trips last from one to two semesters, during which students participate in classes, collect materials for written bachelor's and master's theses. They improve their language skills, gain invaluable international experience and make contacts both of a personal nature and related to their academic interests.
Students also have the opportunity to carry out a minimum two-month internship in companies and universities abroad, thus gaining invaluable experience that they will draw on in their future professional lives. Funding for such trips ranges from 400-600 euros per month. If a student wants to go, but has problems finding an employer, we encourage you to contact the University Coordinator.