Mobility for Students

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Erasmus+ provides an opportunity to all higher education students to apply for study or placement across Europe. C.D.A College has a number of Inter-Institutional Agreements with European Universities.  

Mobility for Studies

Students enrolled in an undergraduate or postgraduate program of study, have the opportunity participate on a study mobility in another European country through Erasmus+.

Mobility for Placement

Students enrolled in an undergraduate or postgraduate program of study, have the opportunity participate on traineeship programmes for 2-12 months in an enterprise/organization in another European country through Erasmus+.

Expression of Interest

Interested students should:


  • Contact the Erasmus Officer of their campus to express their interest to apply for Erasmus+ mobility.
  • Identify potential host organizations from the list of Inter-Institutional Agreements.

Application Procedures

In case of a positive response, students should submit at the Erasmus Officer of their campus the following documents:

  • Application Form for Erasmus+ Mobility
  • A copy of ID card / Passport
  • Foreign Language Certificate (if requested)
  • A recent copy of Transcript of Records
  • A copy of European Health Card

Frequently Asked Questions

Financial Support

Participants are eligible for an Erasmus+ funding covering their travel and subsistence expenses. The Erasmus+ grant varies according to the host country and the participants’ mobility duration. Erasmus+ students will be exempt from tuition fees and charges for access to libraries at the receiving institution. 


Student mobility can last from a minimum of three months (or one academic semester) to a maximum of twelve months.


Online Learning Agreement (OLA)

Students nominated for an Erasmus+ mobility must fill in and sign an Online Learning Agreement (OLA). 

The learning agreement must be approved by the student, the sending and the receiving institution.

More information on OLA can be found here.



Language Policy

For study/placement at a host university where the language of instruction will not be Greek/English, participants should evidence at least one of the following:

OLS is available for all European official languages.

Taking this assessment is a pre-requisite for students to make sure that they meet the recommended level at their receiving organization (except for native speakers or in duly justified cases).  

More information on OLS can be found here.


Students must have the European Health Insurance Card in order to be able to receive medical care at all public hospitals when and if they need it.


Participants with Fewer Opportunities

Students with physical, mental or health-related conditions may apply for additional funding after they have been selected to participate in an Erasmus+ mobility.

For more information, contact the Erasmus Officer of your campus. 

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