FAQ

  1. Who is eligible to apply?
  2. When do I apply and what documents are required to apply?
  3. What type of activities can be conducted as a Scholar?
  4. Duration & amount of scholarship?
  5. Do the scholarship cover all expenses?
  6. Which type of Visa is required?
  7. Can different Scholars from my own institution apply at the same time?
  8. Can a Scholar benefit from another funding during the period he/she receives the Neurasmus scholarship?

01. Who is eligible to apply?

Scholar scholarships are only awarded to scienfitic / academic / staff members of recognized Higher Education Institutions for teaching, research or cooperation activities in the framework of the Neurasmus Program. That means Bachelor, Master or Doctoral students are NOT eligible to this type of Scholarship. Third-country (Non-EU) scholar are scienfitic / academic / staff members enrolled in a third-country HEI (independently from the scholar's nationality) and selected to contribute to the delivery of the joint programme in the European HEIs of the consortium;  European scholar are scienfitic / academic / staff members enrolled in a European HEI member of the consortium (independently from the scholar's nationality) and selected to visit Laval University.

02. How do I apply and what documents are required to apply?

Application calls are published every year. Please follow the links to have access to the application calls & application forms: Non-EU Type 1 scholarship | EU Type 2 scholarship.

03. What type of activities can be conducted as a Scholar?

The Neurasmus Consortium is welcoming outstanding Academics who are interested in contributing to the study program and developing academic partnerships.  Selected projects focus on contribution to the advancement of knowledge through research or teaching and/or curriculum development.  The aim is to strenghten the expertise available in each university through teaching, research or cooperation (for instance development of collaborative research projects involving laboratories with complementary expertise).

04. Duration & amount of scholarship?

Scholars will receive short-term scholarships from € 2,400 for a two-week stay to € 14,400 for a three-month stay.  The exact duration and amount is thus defined according to the cooperation/research/teaching activities selected by the Neurasmus Consortium.

05. Do the scholarship cover all expenses?

The scholarship contributes to cover the travel and living expenses depending on the length of academic exchange.

06. Which type of Visa is required?

To come.

07.Can different Scholars from my own institution apply at the same time?

Yes, but the number of scholarships awarded to Scholars from the same Higher Education Institution should cover a maximum duration of 3 months (i.e. equivalent to a max. of 6 scholarships of 2 weeks).

08. Can a Scholar benefit from another funding during the period he/she receives the Neurasmus scholarship?

Yes, provided the Funding is not from another EU-Program. A beneficiary CANNOT benefit from another EU financial support for the same activities for which he/she has already received the Erasmus Mundus Neurasmus funding.