ERASMUS+ Partner Countries KA107


Basic information

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What is it?

Would you like to do an exchange at a university in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina or Tunisia? If so, you can do it through the ERASMUS+ Partner Countries KA107 Programme.

Through this programme you have the chance to do part of your studies at one of the partner universities without having to pay registration fees at the receiving institution.

The length of the exchanges varies depending on the receiving country and the mobility level (see the table of places and durations). 

The mobility of students from higher education institutions is included in Key Action 1 of the ERASMUS+ programme.


General Information


  • The length of the stay undertaken at the host university will be that which is specified in Appendix I to the current call.
  • Students who have previously undertaken a mobility funded by the ERASMUS+ programme may apply for an additional exchange, provided that the two stays combined do not exceed 12 months within the same cycle of study (bachelor, master and doctoral levels). 




Where can you go?

  • Albania
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Tunisia.

Financial Support

The ERASMUS+ KA107 grant is an EU contribution that helps cover the participants' travel and board expenses during their stay.

  • Travel bursary: A contribtuion to travel expenses based on the distance between the UIB and the host university in the partner country. Amount: 275 euros per participant. Distance calculator.
  • Individual per diem: 700 per month of the stay.

Current Calls

Call for mobilities for universities in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Tunisia

Application period
17th-31st January 2022
Provisional allocation
 25th February 2022
Deadline for accepting/declining a place or submitting an appeal
26th February-2nd March 2022Conditions for accepting a place


  • Call terms and conditions
  • Appendix I
  • Appendix II
  • List of available places by studies and country. This list also includes the name of the tutor responsible for academic enquiries at the host university
  • Application - to be filled in over UIBdigital. Please see the call terms and conditions for information on which documents must be attached
  • Language level - It is essential that students accredit their language level if so required by the receiving university. Even where this is not a requirement, language certificates might be taken into account for selection purposes. Students who have a language accreditation of the level required by the receiving university included in their academic transcript do not need to submit a copy of the certificate. (See each university's website for further information on language requirements).

 Information point: International Relations Service, Cas Jai, UIB campus. With prior appointment.

Applying for a Place


  • Be enrolled at the UIB in the academic year in which the application is submitted and the mobility stay is to be undertaken, and be enrolled in an official higher education programme at the UIB that leads to the award of a recognised university or higher level qualification, including a PhD
  • Have passed a minimum of 60 credits at the time of the application, and be enrolled in the second year or above of higher education studies
  • Have a favourable report from the the master's/PhD programme leadership (for master's/PhD students only)
  • Be Spanish nationals or residents of a EU member state that takes part in the ERASMUS+ programme
  • Be a national of a country other than those included in the programme who holds a valid residence permit to reside in Spain for the duration of the mobility. In such cases, applicants shall be responsible for obtaining a visa and/or any other permits required for their stay in the receiving country
  • Accredit possession of the language level required by the destination university, where applicable, as per what is set out in Appendix II to the call. In any event, applicants are kindly advised to visit the website of the university they wish to apply for for further information on the level required and the subjects which are taught in the language in question.

Place Application Procedure

  1. Ensure that you meet the abovementioned requirements
  2. See the list of available universities for each study programme ('Current Calls' section, Appendix I)
  3. Candidates are recommended to contact the tutor responsible for academic enquiries at the university they wish to apply for (included in the list of universities) to obtain information on the requirements at said university
  4. Fill in the ERASMUS+ Partner Countries application form over UIBdigital
  5. The 'language Level' section included in the application form must only be filled in where the student can provide documentary proof of his/her language level. Alternatively, students may accredit their language level  by submitting a certificate that is in line with the table of equivalences to CEFR language levels, published by the UIB Language Service. In the case of universities that require a certificate, it is essential that students submit the accreditation indicated in point 5, in accordance with the information concerning language level requirements specified on the host university's website.

Once candidates have filled in the application form they must attach the documents listed below over UIBdigital:

  • A photocopy of the student's ID card, with both sides scanned on the same page
  • Academic record (in English)
  • A proposal of the subjects to be taken at the host university (learning agreement), approved by both institutions (for bachelor's and master's degree applicants only)
  • Work plan proposal to be carried out at the receiving university, as well as a brief CV including the candidate's research work and publications
  • A copy of the master's degree certificate or PhD enrolment slip (for PhD students only)
  • A document accrediting the applicant's situation of vulnerability and/or social and economic exclusion, where applicable.

Place Allocation Procedure

Once the deadline for submitting applications is closed, the International Relations Office (SRI) shall carry out the corresponding review, and a 5 calendar day period for amendments will be opened.

Once the amendment period has concluded, the applications that meet the requirements will be sent to the tutors, so that they can select the candidates in accordance with the principles of equality, merit and ability, and placing special emphasis on the average grade on the student's academic record, the language level accreditation required by the requested university, the proposal of subjects to be taken or the mobility agreement to be undertaken at the host university, the accreditation of the applicant's situation of vulnerability and/or social and economic exclusion, and, finally, whether s/he has previously benefitted from a mobility funded by the ERASMUS+ programme.

Students will be informed of the provisional allocation of places via UIBdigital.

Relevant Information for Selected Students

Once the provisional allocation list has been published, a 5 working day period will be opened for students to accept or decline the place via e-mail. In the event that they decline it, they must specify the reason for doing so. Once this period has expired, a new one will be opened for accepting applications on the waiting list, where appropriate.

Students who have been allocated places in more than one mobility programme may only benefit from one place per academic year. However, in the event that other places remain vacant after all the selection processes of mobility programmes for the upcoming academic year have been closed, a decision will be made on whether said students may take advantage of an additional place.

The start date for the mobility shall be agreed upon by the home university, the host university and the student, in accordance with the academic calendar and taking into account the suitability of the selected date for the receiving institution. In any event, all mobility stays must conclude before 30th June 2023.


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