Student Mobility for Study (SMS)
Student Mobility for Study (SMS) is the action that allows students from higher education institutions to complete a period of integrated study in another participating country. Student Mobility for Study is based on inter-institutional agreements between higher education institutions participating in the program that hold ECHE.
Student Mobility for Placement (SMP)
Student Mobility for Placement (SMP) is an action that allows students from higher education institutions to practice in an enterprise or organization in another participating country. Host organizations for student mobility for placement may be enterprises, training centers, research centers and other organizations, including higher education institutions. Student Mobility for Placement are based on collaborative relationships, formalized or not in the form of agreements, between MTA and eligible partners in EU countries.
I. PRELIMINARY SELECTION
– The Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator launches the call for applications;
– Candidates submit the application file electronically to the Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org);
– Candidates submit a completed and signed application files to the Erasmus and International Relations Office.
II. SELECTION INTERVIEWS
– Identification of universities / institutes where Erasmus + mobility will be carried out;
– Running selection and assignment interviews;
– Receiving Letter of Invitation for the Mobility.
III. PREPARING THE MOBILITY PARTICIPATION FILES
– Contacting the host institution;
– Solving the accommodation / transport issues;
– Drawing up the Learning Agreement for Studies / for Traineeships;
– Establishing further details on mobility.
IV. MOBILITY PARTICIPATION FILES
– Students complete and submit a mobility application files to the Erasmus and International Relations Office.
V. PREPARING MOBILITY
– Instructing for Erasmus + mobility;
– The initial linguistic test provided by the European Commission.
VI. BEFORE THE MOBILITY
– Announcement of the Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator regarding the flight departure information;
– Going into mobility;
– Announcement of the Erasmus + Coordinator about the arrival at the host institution.
VII. DURING THE MOBILITY
– Weekly information of Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator about the mobility;
– The online language course provided by the European Commission.
VIII. AFTER THE MOBILITY
– Transcript of Records (SMS) or Traineeship Certificate (SMP);
– Certificate of stay;
– Announcement of Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator about the return flight information;
– Return to MTA on time;
– The final language test provided by the European Commission;
– The online report provided by the European Commission;
– Bringing at the Erasmus + and International Relations Office the Mobility Documents:
– Boarding pass;
– Learning agreement for studies / traineeships;
– Traineeship Certificate / Transcript of Records;
– Certificate of stay;
– Results and conclusions for the mission report .
IX. RECOGNITION OF MOBILITY
– Report to the faculty dean for the recognition and for the equivalence of the mobility disciplines / internship;
– Planning of the activities / exams that are not subject to Erasmus mobility.
|Destination country ||SMS [EURO/lună] ||SMP [EURO/lună] |
|Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain ||520 ||720 |
|Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Turkey ||470 ||670 |