ErasmusPlus Global Mobility Applicants
Incoming student exchange
Aalto University has received Erasmus+ Global Mobility funding to support the mobilities of students with the following countries and partner universities for the activity periods 1.6.2016-31.7.2018 and 1.6.2017-31.7.2019:
Eramus+ Global Mobility partner countries and universities
Aalto Schools participating
|Number of grants|
Non-EU partner universities
School of Science, School of Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering
|No more grants available|
Technion Israeli Institute of Technology
|School of Electrical Engineering||Algeria|
|No more grants available|
University of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene (USTHB)
Ecole National Superieur d'Informatique (ESI)
University of Boumerdes (IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
Université Amar Telidji Laghouat
University of Blida 1
|School of Science, School of Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering||India (1.6.2017-31.7.2019)|
No more grants available
|School of Science, School of Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering||Russia (1.6.2017-31.7.2019)||No more grants available|
Bauman Moscow State Technical University
Higher School of Economics Moscow (HSE)
Tomsk Polytechnic University
Erasmus+ Global Mobility Scholarships
The scholarships consist of the following parts: monthly allowance + insurance cover + travel grant.
- Monthly allowance for incoming students: 850 Euros / month
- Insurance: It is the responsibility of the students to acquire sufficient insurance coverage. Aalto University will cover the costs of the insurance up to a fixed amount of 200 Euros. The details of the coverage will be informed to the students after their selection.
- Travel grant is a lump sum based on the travel distance as follows:
Travel grant (Euros)
Payment of the scholarships
The scholarship will be paid to the student as follows:
After arrival and enrolment to Aalto, travel + 1st monthly installment + insurance cover will be paid. The rest of the scholarship will be paid on a monthly basis to the bank account (generally, only Finnish bank accounts are accepted) given by the student. More information on the payments to non-Finnish bank accounts can be checked in the Grant Agreement signed by the student after getting selected. Exchange coordinators at Aalto University will give more detailed information.
The scholarship holder must follow the EU-rules for reporting: to submit the required documents and reports to the relevant study coordinator. Submitting the online EU feedback survey no later than 15 days before the completion of the exchange is mandatory to receive the final monthly grant. Exchange coordinators at Aalto University will give more detailed information.
Application and Selection Process for Incoming Students
The students of Erasmus+ Global Mobility partner universities interested in applying for a scholarship and exchange studies at Aalto university should follow the normal application procedure for exchange students.
Please first contact the international office of your home university to discuss your eligibility. When your home university has approved your participation and sent us an official nomination by email, we will email you a link to an online application form which you must fill out and submit before the application deadline.
You can find the application instructions (required attachments, deadlines, course information etc.) from the following pages:
- the School of Chemical Technology
- the School of Electrical Engineering
- the School of Engineering
- the School of Science
- the School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Selection and scholarship decisions will be done by the Aalto University in connection with the normal exchange student selection. Students do not need to apply separately for this scholarship. The applications will be processed and ranked according to the following selection criteria: academic success, motivation, language skills and learning agreement.
With countries where we have more than one non-EU partner university, we aim to have a balanced distribution of the scholarships. The allocation depends on the number and quality of the applications.
Coordination of incoming mobility for Israel, India and Russia: School of Science, email@example.com
Coordination of incoming mobility for Algeria: School of Electrical Engineering, firstname.lastname@example.org