Erasmus - Registration (2023)

Welcome to the registration form to participate in Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs as an entrepreneur!

The information you will provide in this multi-page form will be transmitted to your chosen Intermediary Organisation (IO). To view a list of the IOs officially appointed for the programme, please click here.

The application and participation in the programme are free of charge.

Your username and password to the programme database (EU Login) are strictly personal and MUST NOT be shared. By sharing them, you violate the Privacy Statement of the EYE Programme and you will be excluded from participation in the programme.

Your chosen IO will normally contact you within 2 weeks after you have completed and confirmed your submission.

Once your application has been processed and accepted by your IO, the information you provided will be entered into the on-line catalogue of accepted entrepreneurs, where you will be able to find possible counterparts. The catalogue is accessible to all IOs, the accepted Host Entrepreneurs (HEs) and the accepted New Entrepreneurs (NEs), except where indicated otherwise.

Before proceeding to fill out this form, please make sure you have at hand the following documents: updated version of your CV, your business plan (only if you are a new entrepreneur) and other relevant documents you may find useful to accompany your application.

You can at any time save a draft of your application and resume the registration process later on. It is recommended to do frequent saves of your information, to avoid any loss of data.

* Do you want to register as a NEW or a HOST entrepreneur?

You can apply to become a New entrepreneur if you are firmly planning to start a business, based on a viable business plan, or you have less than 3 years of total entrepreneurial experience.

You can become a Host entrepreneur if you are the owner-manager of a SME for over three years and willing to share your knowledge and experience with a new entrepreneur.

* Profile information


Last name:

First name:

Company name:

Address (300 character(s) left):

Zip code(postal code):


Country (of residence):




Website (if any):

Birthdate (dd/mm/yyyy):

Skype ID (if any):

Please fill-in your personal information.

* Have you already started your own business?

Please state if you have already started a business.

* Number of employees in the company (if applicable):

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Please fill-in the total number of employees you currently have (type zero if none).

* Please indicate why you wish to participate in the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs programme and state your expectations:

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Please be as concise and concrete as possible, as your motivation is a very important criterion for selection.

* How should your stay abroad help you develop your business?:

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Please be as concise and concrete as possible, as your motivation is a very important criterion for selection.

* Have you worked or studied abroad before? How do you plan to prepare yourself for your stay with the Host Entrepreneur?:

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Please fill-in some comments.

* Which added value can you provide to your envisaged Host Entrepreneur? Why should the Host Entrepreneur choose you?:

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Please be as concise and concrete as possible, as your potential Host Entrepreneur is very interested in your answer.

* Please upload your CV (Preferred format: PDF). A summary CV is sufficient:

Please upload your CV file (.PDF, .DOC, .DOCX, .RTF). Maximum file size of 2MB.

* Please upload your CV (Preferred format: PDF). The Europass CV format in English is preferable, but not compulsory:

Please upload your CV file (.PDF, .DOC, .DOCX, .RTF). Maximum file size of 2MB.

* Please give short overview of your plans to develop a business (preferably in English):

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The business plan must at least contain:

a) A clear description of the product or service to be offered;
b) A market analysis that includes definition and assessment of the target market;
c) It should also include competitors analysis as well as NE's marketing and sales plan;
d) A financial plan including estimated expenses and income in the following 2 years and a break-even analysis.

Please formulate the summary in a way that does not disclose confidential information.

* Please upload your business plan (Preferred format: PDF):

This information will only be available to your chosen IO, not to other entrepreneurs. The IO is fully responsible for the confidential treatment of the business plan. If the content needs special protection, you may consider to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) with the IO. Maximum file size of 2MB.

Other supporting document:

If you want to provide some other useful document. Maximum file size of 2MB.

Description of the document:

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Write a description of the attached document.

* Experience in running a business (number of YEARS):

Professional work experience as entrepreneur (years, number only). NOT THE WORKING EXPERIENCE AS AN EMPLOYEE. Please note that if you have more than 3 years of entrepreneurial experience, you should register as Host Entrepreneur. If you fail to do so, your application as New Entrepreneur will be automatically removed from our system.

* Previous working experience (number of MONTHS):

This is for any professional work experience other than as entrepreneur (number only).

Please indicate any specific skills that the NE should have:

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If you require specific skills, please add them here.

Please specify any additional important information about your offer:

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Please indicate whether you are ready to offer any specific support to the NE e.g. accommodation, insurance, etc.

* Please specify your main language:

Please select your main language.

Please specify other languages in which you are comfortable working:

A working language is a foreign language that you have no difficulty to understand, speak and write.

Specific languages required/desirable from the NE (if any):

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Select the languages you desire an NE to have (if any).

* Please specify the main business sector of your future or current business activity:

This is the primary business sector of your future or recently started company.

* Please specify the main business sector of your current business activity:

This is your primary business sector that your company is involved in.

Please specify other business sectors of interest:

Chose up to 4 additional sectors which best correspond to the nature of your future or current business.

Please specify other business sectors in which you are currently involved:

Chose up to 4 additional sectors which best correspond to the nature of your business.

* Please indicate your preferred target country for the exchange (this has to be different from your country of residence):

Indicate here the country you would like to go to for the stay abroad.

* Please indicate your preferred source country for the exchange (this has to be different from your country of residence):

Indicate here the country from which the NE you will host should ideally come from.

Please indicate other possible countries for the exchange:

Overseas Countries & Territories
Select up to 4 further countries as secondary choice.

* Please specify your preferred length of the exchange (in months):

Duration of the stay abroad: 1-6 months, with the possibility to spread the stay over a maximum of 12 months.
Notice: for NEs visiting non-European countries, the maximum stay period is 3 months.

* Please specify the months in which you will be available for the exchange:

The more flexible you can be, the more chance there is to find a good match.
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* Please select an IO from the drop down list, or push the button "Select an IO" to select it from google maps

No IO selected.

IO change motivation:

The chosen IO will act as a guide and contact throughout the programme.

The list and the geomap will show all IOs in your country. Non-available IOs will be shown in grey and cannot be selected. This may happen because either they have no further budget available, or because your period of exchange goes beyond their activity period.

Please note that IOs from other countries will show if there is no available IO in your own country.

If you receive an error "Intermediary Organization not found", please verify that your address and country are correctly selected in the second tab.

Please note that you need to have pop-ups enabled to open the geomap.

Further relevant information, including special requirements or wishes, hobbies, etc.:

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You can add here any extra information.

* Visibility of your data in the online catalog:

Your profile will not be public but only available to those NEs, that have been accepted in the programme. If you do not wish to be contacted directly by an NE or do not want to have your profile included in the on-line catalog available to NEs, please select options 2 or 3.

* How did you hear about the programme?

Please tell us how did you find out about the programme.

Privacy Policy

* I agree with the EU Login privacy policy regarding the use of your data. (please note that by submitting we will create your European Commission Authentication Service account)
* I am aware that username and password to the programme database (EU Login) are strictly personal and MUST NOT be shared. By sharing them, I violate the Privacy Statement of the EYE Programme and I will be excluded from participation in the programme.
* I authorize the treatment of my personal data by the relevant programme stakeholders (European Commission / the European Innovation Council and SME Executive Agency / the Support Office/the programme Intermediary Organisations) and its use in line with the programme privacy statement, which is in line with the Regulation (EU) 2018/1725 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2018 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data by the Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies and on the free movement of such data (repealing Regulation (EC) No 45/2001).
* I authorize the treatment and use of my personal data by relevant programme stakeholders based in participating countries outside the European Union, in line with the programme privacy statement.


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* I declare that all information provided in my application is true, correct and accurate and that I fulfil theeligibility criteria and minimum quality standards of the programme.eligibility criteria and minimum quality standards of the programme.
* I am aware that the submitted information will be verified prior to the application approval and any false information or not fulfilment of the eligibility criteria and minimum quality standards of the programme will lead to my application being rejected to the programme.
* I confirm that once accepted I will not misuse the info available in the EYE database beyond for purposes other than establishing an entrepreneurial collaboration within the programme.

Not complying with the above will result in my application being rejected from the programme.
The European Commission reserves the right to exclude applicants that are not eligible or not in line with the aims of the programme.


How to register Erasmus? ›

Access the Organisation Registration system for Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps and register (if applicable) on behalf of the organisation/group they represent. The applicants need to register only once.

How much does an Erasmus cost? ›

A rough estimate of costs for a 9 month period abroad could be between €7,000 and €10,000 including rent, food, books and other essentials. However, much will depend on your own particular needs and budgeting skills.

Who is eligible for Erasmus funding? ›

In general terms, the Programme is open to any organisation active in the fields of education, training, youth or sport. Several Actions are also open to the participation of other players in the labour market.

Can non EU join Erasmus? ›

Erasmus+ brings such opportunities to all - students, staff, trainees, teachers, volunteers and more. It's not just about Europe or Europeans either - with Erasmus+, people from all over the world can access opportunities.

Is Erasmus for free? ›

As an Erasmus+ student, you are exempted from fees for tuition, registration, examinations, and charges for access to laboratories or libraries at the receiving institution. Small fees for insurance or student union membership may still apply.

Do Erasmus students get paid? ›

You will generally get Erasmus+ funding to help cover your travel costs and living expenses such as accommodation and food. Any costs not related to these you will have to cover yourself. The amount of funding you get depends on the type of project you are on.

Which country is the best for Erasmus? ›

Best Erasmus destinations in Europe
  1. Barcelona. Spain. Barcelona is number one among most of European students for the Erasmus Exchange program. ...
  2. Lisbon. Portugal. ...
  3. Berlin. Germany. ...
  4. Toledo. Spain. ...
  5. Coimbra. Portugal. ...
  6. Amsterdam. The Netherlands. ...
  7. Belgrade. Serbia. ...
  8. Prague. Czech Republic.

Do you have to pay Erasmus back? ›

You do not have to pay back a travel grant. There are rules on eligibility and how much you'll get.

What happens if you fail Erasmus? ›

Students must ensure that they have enough modules to reach the credit requirement to pass Erasmus (30 ECTS). To obtain the credits, you must pass each module. If you fail a module, you get no ECTS credits for that module. Most European universities have a Pass rate of 50%.

What documents do I need for Erasmus? ›

The most important documents for Erasmus+ are:
  • Learning Agreement, which contains your study program at home and receiving university.
  • Two (2) documents with the dates and details of your stay: one for your university and another for the insurance card.

What is Erasmus age limit? ›

Conditions. Youth exchanges are open to people between the ages of 13 and 30. To be a group leader in a youth exchange, you must be at least 18 years-old. Youth exchanges are managed by youth organisations, informal groups of young people or other organisations.

How to apply for Erasmus 2023? ›

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  1. Two letters of recommendation.
  2. Letter of motivation.
  3. Official academic transcripts (bachelor's degree and high school or equivalent)
  4. Completed application form.
  5. CV.
  6. Scanned copy of your passport or ID.
  7. Proof of residence.
  8. English proficiency test results.
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Does Erasmus have application fee? ›

You will be asked to pay the mandatory application fee via the Erasmus payment website. Via this payment website you will be able to pay the application fee by either creditcard or paypal.

What grades do I need for Erasmus? ›

Erasmus University College (EUC) welcomes applicants who are highly motivated, academically strong, and curious and open-minded.
Indian Standard XII diploma (academic stream)
Average gradeMathematicsEnglish
Minimum average grade of 75Minimum grade of 75Minimum grade of 75

Is it easy to get Erasmus? ›

It is rare, but it happens. Academic Requirement: Generally, candidates with a First Class or Second Class Upper grade in their Bachelor's degree can apply to the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship.

Do Erasmus students pay for visa? ›

In addition to the Student Visa application fee, you will have to pay the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) as part of your application.

Is Erasmus only for Masters? ›

Students at master's level from all over the world can apply. You must have a bachelor's degree (first degree) or be in your last year of bachelor studies and graduate before the master's programme starts. You may also apply if you demonstrate a bachelor's equivalent level of learning.

When should I apply for Erasmus? ›

Interested applicants should contact the consortia offering the master courses they have picked directly. For courses starting in 2020, most consortia require applications to be submitted between October 2019 and January 2020.

How do Erasmus students make money? ›

6 Easy Ways to Earn Money While Studying Abroad
  1. Get into freelancing. ...
  2. Find a local part-time job. ...
  3. Become a tutor! ...
  4. Do some babysitting. ...
  5. Do some dog walking. ...
  6. Sell your old books.
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Can I apply for Erasmus without IELTS? ›

All applicants must provide proof of English proficiency by submitting test results from any of the following: CAE/CPE, TOEFL or IELTS.

Which country has the most Erasmus students? ›

It turns out, Spain is the number one most popular country amongst Erasmus students.

Does Erasmus cover flights? ›

One of the great advantages of being an Erasmus is that you can get discounts for almost anything. Flight tickets, accommodation, restaurants, you name it. With all these discounts you could cut back quite a lot on your expenses for travelling and other activities.

What country receives the most Erasmus students? ›

Spain takes the top spot again, although this time it is closely followed by France and Germany. Italy, meanwhile, is in fourth place. After these countries, the United Kingdom, Poland and Turkey stand out as countries with large numbers of students who take part in the Erasmus exchange program.

What are the disadvantages of Erasmus? ›

So the cons may be the following:
  • The scholarship money usually are not enough. You will probably have to work, save beforehand or ask someone to help you out with some of the expenses. ...
  • The 48-h homesick rule. ...
  • The comfort. ...
  • The cultural shock.

Is Erasmus scholarship enough? ›

In my opinion and having known about the Erasmus Mundus programme for a long time, I consider it one of the best Master's scholarships you can have. Not only is it open to any citizenship in the world, but the scholarship covers the tuition fee, living costs, and health insurance.

Is Erasmus scholarship fully funded? ›

The Erasmus Mundus Programme provides EU-funded scholarships for Third Country students and EU/EEA students who have applied to and have been accepted by the Euroculture Master Course. There is around 22 grants available each year. For those applying to start in 2023, around 22 grants will be available.

Can I stay in Europe after Erasmus Mundus? ›

And that is why, unlike other scholarships, this scholarship does not mandate you to return to your home country after your studies. You are free to remain in Europe if you want.

Does Erasmus count towards your degree? ›

When you go abroad to study via Erasmus : you don't have to pay registration or tuition fees to your host university. your studies abroad count as an integral part of your degree. you get an EU grant towards living and travel expenses.

Can I work during my Erasmus? ›

Am I allowed to work abroad? You are allowed to work when you are on Erasmus.

How many Erasmus can I apply for? ›

It is officially confirmed that there is no official limit for the amount of programmes that applicants can apply for. Previously, under the former EMJMD action, students could only apply for an EMJMD scholarship to a maximum of three different joint programmes per academic year.

Do Erasmus students need a visa? ›

Most of Erasmus Mundus students coming from non-European countries need to have a visa to start their studies in Europe.

Can you work after Erasmus? ›

After graduation at Erasmus School of Law, visa/residence permit required foreign students do have the possibility to extend their stay for a period of one year to search for a job as a highly skilled migrant.

When can I apply for 2023 entry? ›

17 May 2022 - UCAS opens

UCAS Undergraduate Apply opens for 2023 entry.

Is Erasmus Mundus 2023 open? ›

In this section, we would like to provide you with more information about the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship and some of its regulations. Please note: Scholarship Applications for entry in September 2023 open on 1st October 2022 and close on Friday 6th January 2023.

How do i apply for Erasmus Mundus scholarship 2022 2023? ›

The Requirements to Apply for Erasmus Mundus Scholarship:

All the applicants should score at least 6.5 in IELTS. No GRE or GMAT is required. There is no need to contact the professors for intake. Just go to your relevant program's official website and follow the instruction given there.

How do I apply for Erasmus 2023? ›

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  1. Two letters of recommendation.
  2. Letter of motivation.
  3. Official academic transcripts (bachelor's degree and high school or equivalent)
  4. Completed application form.
  5. CV.
  6. Scanned copy of your passport or ID.
  7. Proof of residence.
  8. English proficiency test results.
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Is it hard to get into Erasmus university? ›

Erasmus University Rotterdam in Netherlands requires students to maintain a minimum GPA of 3 in order to stand a good chance to get admission into Erasmus University Rotterdam. Students must also participate in other activities like sports, lead some projects, community services to improve chances of admission.

What happens if you fail your Erasmus year? ›

What happens if I fail my year abroad? If you are a BA student, your BA International degree will revert back to a BA degree and you will progress into final year as normal.

Is there an age limit for Erasmus? ›

Erasmus Has No Age Limit

What makes the Erasmus+ programme even more special is that it offers opportunities to everyone, regardless of their age. This means that not only young people but also their parents can benefit from the programme.

Is Erasmus worth doing? ›

Erasmus gives you endless opportunities to meet new people – all from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and various experiences. Some of them will have beliefs different from your own. Talking to them will broaden your horizons and will help you see a lot of things from a new angle.


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