Grant Information


Students and graduates who will view the criteria in the favorite "people with fewer opportunities" (students and graduates with fewer opportunities) more plus an amount of 250 € for each month of stay in the destination from the departure category.

Definition of "people with fewer opportunities" for:

 

Group

the criterion on the basis of which the university will qualify

students with disability

Certificate of the degree of disability

students from poorer backgrounds

The decision of the university to grant a social scholarship or a group of students who meet the criteria specified in the rector's ordinance. For graduates - decisions made during the last year of studies will be taken into account

 

The decision on the possible expansion of the group of people as people with fewer opportunities will be made in the course of work on the allocation in the 2022 edition, when the European Commission and funding under the Erasmus + program will take place.

 

People with fewer opportunities can apply for Green travel

Green travel - travel using low-emission means of transport such as bus, train or shared support from a car.

In the case of working in the title of "green travel", students and graduates are entitled to receive individual support for the cost of living for up to 4 additional days.

Students and graduates not receiving the standard lump sum for travel expenses are entitled to receive € 50 in terms of green travel deadlines.
 

COUNTRIES Amount of grant per month
SMS
Amount of grant per month
SMT
Group 1 – Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden 550 € 700 €
Group 2 – Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France,  Greece, Spain, the Netherlands, Malta, Germany, Portugal, Italy 500 € 650 €
Group 3 – Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Republic of North Macedonia,  Lithuania, Latvia,  Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Hungary 450 € 600 €

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Pomorski Uniwersytet Medyczny w Szczecinie

ul. Rybacka 1, 70-204 Szczecin,
tel. 91 48 00 700 / 800, fax 91 48 00 705
NIP 852-000-67-57, Regon 000288886