Mobility grants

Avignon Université's committee for awarding mobility grants abroad meets several times a year.

Attention Please note: mobility grants are not awarded systematically. The committee reserves the right not to select your application (on the basis of social criteria, the number of applications and available funding). If you are awarded a grant, it will not be paid out until you have provided proof of arrival at your host university.

If you are going on a study or work placement placement in 2023-2024, you must complete a mobility declaration and grant application form, available on :

 To find financing:

Erasmus+ grant

Despite the UK's exit from the Erasmus+ programme, it remains eligible for Erasmus+ funding. Students going to the UK on a study placement in 2023-2024 will therefore be eligible for an Erasmus+ grant.

A) Period of study at United Kingdom for the 2023-2024 academic year

The monthly allowance set for mobility in the UK by the European Commission and Avignon University will apply in this way in 2023/2024 :

STUDY Mobility


(Amounts per month)

350 €

Conditions of award :

  • There is no age limit to be a candidate, nor is there a means test.
  • The duration of the mobility must be 2 months minimum .
  • The student can receive the Erasmus+ grant for a maximum of 12 months per study cycle (Bachelor, Master).
  • Selection criteria: quality of academic record, language skills, project and motivation of the student.
  • The Erasmus scholarship can be combined with the AMI scholarship.
  • There is a supplementary allowance to cover specific costs exclusively for students with disabilities; these specific costs are covered on the basis of estimated actual costs. The application must be made before the mobility.

B) Periods of study and work placements in countries covered by the Erasmus+ programme for the 2023-2024 academic year

The monthly allowance set by the European Commission and Avignon University will apply in this way in 2021/2022 :

Group Country of destination

STUDY Mobility

Traineeship Mobility

(Amounts per month)

Group 1 Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden

350 €

500 €

Group 2 Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain

300 €

450 €

Group 3 Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Republic of Northern Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Serbia

250 €

400 €

Financial supplement to the contribution to living expenses for students with fewer opportunities

Amount : 250 € per month

Award criteria: Students must meet at least one of the following conditions:

  • Be disabled or have a long-term condition (ALD)
  • Living at an address classified as a priority district of the city;
  • Living in a rural regeneration zone
  • Scholarship holder in higher education on social criteria at levels 6 and 7;
  • Belonging to a household whose CAF family allowance is less than or equal to €551

Financial supplement to the contribution to subsistence costs for environmentally friendly means of transport

Students who opt for environmentally friendly transport will receive a one-off contribution of 50 euros in addition to the contribution to subsistence costs and up to 4 days contribution to additional accommodation costs to cover the days of travel to and from.

Eco-responsible means of transport: train, car-pooling, bus (proof to be provided, e.g. validated registration on car-pooling website).

Hybrid mobility

Any period of study or work placement abroad of any duration can take the form of a hybrid activity: physical mobility combined with a virtual component. In order to be eligible for an Erasmus+ grant, the physical mobility (study or placement) must have a minimum duration of 2 months

Conditions for the Erasmus+ grant  :

  • The Erasmus+ grant is paid without means testing.
  • Mobility is possible from the first year of the degree course for internships and studies.
  • Duration: minimum 2 months for studies and internships. The student can receive the Erasmus+ grant for a maximum of 12 months per study cycle (bachelor, master).
  • There is no age restriction for Erasmus+ student mobility.
  • The student must be working towards a higher education qualification.
  • Can be combined with the AMI grant; cannot be combined with a grant from the Sud-PACA Region.
  • The ERASMUS+ programme supports the mobility of people in situation of disability, whatever it may be (mental, physical, sensory or other). Additional grants are therefore offered to cover specific costs and are reserved exclusively for students with disabilities whose participation in mobility would be impossible without this additional funding. These grants, which complement the "classic" grant, take into account many parameters. A set of costs related to the specific needs of the student are thus covered on the basis of the actual costs estimated. The application must be made minimum 1 month before the date of departure.


International Mobility Grant (AMI), from the Ministry of Higher Education and Research
  • You must be a CROUS scholarship holder (at any level) to be eligible.
  • The duration of funding is 2 to 9 months maximum for all higher education studies.
  • The AMI scholarship can be combined with the Erasmus+ scholarship.
  • The amount is 400 euros per month.

Students who receive a national grant from the CROUS retain the benefit of this grant for the duration of their stay abroad, even if they also receive an international mobility grant.

Grants for international mobility in the Sud-PACA region (studies)

Amount of aid and duration of stay :

Type of mobility

Tax domicile in the South PACA region

Tax domicile outside the South PACA region


Maximum amount of €2,500 per year Maximum amount of €2,000 per year
university (20 weeks) university (20 weeks)
The student must not receive a placement allowance of more than €200 per week
A lump sum of €200 may be granted depending on visa fees.
400 lump sum for disabled students

Conditions of award

  • Study abroad for one or two semesters
  • Be under 30 years of age on 31 December 2023, be enrolled in initial training at a higher education establishment with which the Region has an agreement and be preparing for a State-approved diploma, a DUETI or a diploma registered with the RNCP.
  • The destination cannot be France, a country of the European Union, Andorra or Monaco for studies.
  • The destination cannot be France, Andorra or Monaco for courses.
  • Family quotient (FQ) may not exceed €26,000
  • Not be eligible for any other international mobility assistance (AMI, Erasmus, etc.)
  • Not be a national of the host country
Avignon Université's Maison de l'International is developing a policy of inclusion for its students. It promotes mobility to all students, explaining the various Erasmus+, AMI and PRAME financial levers for grant holders on social criteria or with a low family income, or living in priority urban areas. All students with disabilities are entitled to an individual interview to help them prepare for their mobility and the financial supplements that may be available.
This information is supplemented by an incentive for green mobility, which is also taken into account in Erasmus+ top-ups.