The National Agencies provides grant payments to national organisations and institutions, which are responsible for arranging the mobility activities and for selecting and supporting the participants who then take part in these activities.
If you have a severe disability or exceptional special needs then you may be entitled to extra funding to cover associated costs on your Erasmus+ placement. Please contact your institution/organisation’s Erasmus+ co-ordinator for further details as they are responsible for ensuring all the necessary paperwork is completed and arrangements are made at the host institution/organisation to meet the needs of the participant.
Higher education students who need to apply for a special needs allowance should do so via their home institution, before the start of the academic year in which the mobility activity is scheduled to take place.
The institution will provide support to incoming mobile participants with fewer opportunities, according to the requirements of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education.
The facilities in EASD building ensure the access for students with disabilities. We will also provide the necessary means to ensure the integration of students with other type of disabilities in equal conditions with their classmates or colleagues. In all cases the attention is personalized even outside teaching hours.
The EASD in Zamora would advise to provide as much information ahead of time in order to help the student in the feasibility of the mobility