Co-funded by the European Union, the Erasmus+ programme aims to increase student and staff mobility across the European Community.
Erasmus+ is run by the European Commission across the EU. In the UK, the scheme is managed by the British Council.
Currently, the University of Bristol has over 100 Erasmus+ agreements with European universities. Through these agreements, we have students on over 500 Erasmus+ study and work placements abroad each year.
The benefits of the Erasmus+ scheme include:
financial support for students going to study or work abroad
language support for students before and during the placement
financial support for staff going to teach or train abroad
You may be eligible for an Erasmus+ grant, if you study or work abroad as part of your undergraduate degree in
academic year 2021/22 and
If you are going abroad in academic year 2021/22, see our blackboard for more information.
Following Brexit, the UK will no longer be a part of the Erasmus+ scheme. The Erasmus+ grant is therefore not available for students going abroad in academic year 2022/23 onwards.
The Turing scheme was launched by the UK government in 2021. The scheme offers up to £100 million of funding to students across the UK going abroad in academic year 2021/22.
We will publish more details on our website when they are available.