Many universities in Europe use Erasmus funding from the European Commission to support student and staff mobility. General information on the programme is available from the European Commission and you can also access specific guidance from your own country’s National Agency for Erasmus.
If your university provides Erasmus funding for staff, you may be eligible to apply for a mobility grant to participate in the European Career Services Summit. Funding levels, eligibility requirements and application procedures vary from country to country and from university to university, therefore please refer to your institution’s Erasmus/International Office as soon as possible to discuss if Erasmus is available to you. Erasmus grants for staff include support for travel and subsistence only.
Please note that attending conferences is not normally covered by Erasmus. The European Career Services Summit does, however, bring careers professionals together to share knowledge and best practice through discussions and seminars as a competence-building event, which is considered eligible Erasmus activity.
Participants who have confirmed Erasmus funding should liaise with Nathalie Jans at KU Leuven to complete the Erasmus Training Agreement and other documentation provided by their institution.
The European Career Services Summit