Erasmus+BIP Info


Erasmus scholarship for BIPs students and contacts of International Offices

The physical mobility date is 18 - 25 January 2023.

Participants (Erasmus+ students) will receive the Erasmus scholarship granted by their Home Universities.

Info on the mobility of students participating in the BIP:

  • Register for the PhD Winter School via this form (the deadline is 10 January 2023).
  • Apply for the Erasmus+ scholarship (contact the Erasmus office of your University, see contacts below)
  • Students will receive from UNIBO an acceptance message with the instruction to register for our platform AlmaRm from which they will create an Erasmus student profile. Through the profile, all documentation needed to recognise the Erasmus mobility for the students will be delivered: Period Certificate, signature of the Learning Agreement, eventually the Tor if required (the PhD School will issue a Certificate of Participation).


1. Erasmus+ Scholarship for physical mobility.

The Erasmus+ scholarship is awarded to all students taking part in a BIP. The amount varies in relation to the number of days of physical mobility.

The scholarship is calculated considering the total number of DAYS OF PHYSICAL MOBILITY established in your mobility agreement (from 5 to 30).

The grant is intended to cover costs incurred by the student to participate in the BIP.

Duration of the physical activity Amount

From the 5th to the 14th day of physical activity: 70 EUR per day.

From the 15th to the 30th day of physical activity: 50 EUR per day.


2. Inclusion Support

Students with limited opportunities receive a top-up amount in addition to the individual support of their EU Erasmus+ grant in the amount of 100 EUR for a physical mobility activity period of 5-14 days and 150 EUR for one of 15-30 days.

“People with fewer opportunities” means students with one of the following conditions:

  1. Financial disvantage;
  2. Physical, mental or health-related conditions.


3. Green Travel

In order to reach the venue where the BIP is located, students may opt to use “green travel”. Green Travel refers to the use of low-emission modes of transportation (such as trains, buses,
carpooling, etc.) instead of the most widely used and polluting modes (plane). Students who travel to their destination by bus, train, car or a combination of these, may apply for the individual
support provided for green travel.
In this case, students will receive a top-up amount of 50 EUR included in the individual support.

REMARK : contact your international offices for 2. and 3. since conditions can vary for each country.


4. International Office Contact: