Erasmus+ is the European Union (EU) programme for education, training, youth and sport. Erasmus+ funds academic mobility and cooperation projects that involve partners from "Programme Countries" and "Partner Countries" throughout the world.
Erasmus+ has also allowed short-term mobility for students, academic and administrative staff. This two-way mobility allows students to study in a foreign university for 3-12 months and obtain credits which are then recognized at the
Sending institution as part of their degree. A grant for staff mobility is also possible for 5-60 days.
Al-Quds Open University has been participating in the programme since 2015 obtaining funding for students, academic and administrative staff mobility within the International Credit Mobility “Erasmus+ KA107”. As the University has expanded its’ network with a number of countries such as; United Kingdom, Turkey, Spain, Italy, Austria, Greece and Slovakia.
Staff at ICM are available to help with any questions you may have about your International Credit Mobility (ICM) program and provide help about:
- Study at EU Universities.
- Visa Requirements.
- Accommodation Options.
- Travel and Medical Insurance.
- Your Arrival to EU Countries.
- Public Transportation, apps and currency.
- International Relation Offices at EU Countries.