Learning mobility for pupils can be organised both in a group and individually.
If you are a pupil, you can spend a period abroad to study at a partner school or perform a traineeship at another relevant organisation abroad. An individual learning programme will be defined for you.
Alternatively, you can also benefit from the group mobility of pupils to spend time learning together with your peers in another country. Teachers or other authorised persons from the sending school will accompany you for the entire duration of the activity.
Group mobility of school pupils can last up to 1 month. This excludes travelling time.
Individual learning mobility for pupils can be short-term, lasting up to 1 month, or long-term, lasting from 1 month up to 1 year. This excludes travelling time.
For you to participate in pupil mobility abroad with Erasmus+, your school must apply to acquire an Erasmus accreditation in the field of school education or to participate in a short-term mobility project. In both cases, organisations should adhere to a set of quality standards for mobility projects on good management practices, providing quality and support to participants, and sharing results and knowledge about the programme.
In case of individual pupil mobility, you, together with your institution and the receiving organisation sign a Learning Agreement. This document sets out your learning goals, rights and responsibilities and also how the study period abroad will be formally recognised.
The EU grant supports your travel and subsistence costs, and is managed by your school. In addition, the Erasmus+ programme provides means to support the inclusion of participants with fewer opportunities.
How to apply
To participate in pupil mobility, you cannot apply directly for a grant as an individual. Applications must be made by schools, who in turn select candidates for study periods abroad.
The selection of pupils for mobility activities should be fair, inclusive, transparent and well documented.
Find out more
If you need further information on the possibilities to take part in mobility as a pupil, please contact your National Agency.