D. A. Tsenov Academy of Economics has been working on Erasmus+ programme KA107 since 2014. Students and staff from Partner countries are eligible to accomplish short-term or long-term mobility within this project. The Erasmus+ office applies for funding to the European Commission. After it is awarded a concrete financial support with a certain list of partner HEIs, the D. A. Tsenov Academy of Economics and its partners have to implement the project within the project timeframe.

Each sending institution has its own regulations and criteria for selecting and nominating the participants for credit mobility. The study activities offered to students have to be part of the student's study programme. Both the individual’s sending institution and the receiving institution should agree the time period and staff teaching/training activities, in advance.

Students and staff receive an individual support that allies with the grant amounts per month and per day respectively and a transport grant that depends on the distance between the sending institution and the D. A. Tsenov Academy of Economics according the Distance Calculator of the EC. The grants are awarded on site due to bank limitations.

The participants must have a valid travel assistance while being on exchange which includes the travel days as well.
One of the most important issues of the project is the recognition (incl. period of stay abroad and participant’s outcomes). D. A. Tsenov Academy of Economics issues a document called Erasmus+ mobility certificate which aims at recognising the students’ achievements during their mobility.

Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility FAQ
Application documents for students’ mobility for studies
Application documents for staff mobility for teaching / training