Erasmus+ scholarships

Erasmus+ is the European Union’s student exchange program. As part of this program, the EU funds scholarships for students and researchers, enabling them to participate in studies or joint academic activities all over Europe. The program was started in 1987 as a means of deepening the European integration process through encounters between students at European universities. More than 3 million students have participated in this program and studied at an institution of higher education within the EU.

Israel joined the Erasmus+ program in 2014. To date, more than 14,000 students and faculty members from Israel and Europe have participated in exchanges through this program.  Israeli institutions cooperate through Erasmus+ with more than 360 institutions in Europe.
There is a wide range of study options at different European institutions. Check out the Call for Applications that are published each year to find the best destination for you!