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Depending on the nature of the action, grant agreements may take the form of agreements with a single beneficiary, with the applicant being the sole beneficiary, or in the form of agreements with several beneficiaries, under which all the partner organisations of the consortium are beneficiaries of the agreement. The agreement on several beneficiaries shall be signed by the coordinator, who shall be the sole point of contact for the National Agency or the executive agency. However, all other organisations participating in a project (co-beneficiaries) sign a mandate to entrust the coordinator with the responsibility of acting as the main beneficiary. As a general rule, the mandates of each partner must be entrusted to the applicant during the application phase. If these mandates are subsequently awarded, they must be made available at the latest at the time of signature of the grant agreement. Exceptionally, in the case of strategic partnerships in the «School Exchange Partnerships» format, each participating organisation involved in a selected project signs a separate (single-beneficiary) grant agreement – specific to its share of the grant – with the National Agency established in its own country. The indicative timetable for the receipt of grant agreements and grant decisions under each action is set out in the section «Project life cycle deadlines and payment arrangements» below. If the project is selected for an EU grant under Erasmus+: the model grant agreements and grant decisions used under the Erasmus+ programme will be made available on the websites of the European Commission and the Executive Agency during the year. The single-beneficiary grant agreement is only available in English in PDF format.

Since the year of the Erasmus 2018 project, the amount of the monthly Erasmus funding rates has been determined at national level by the DAAD. Example: You go to a partner university for 6 months (1 semester), receive an Erasmus scholarship for 5 months in accordance with the LMU funding regulations – 1 month is indicated as a zero grant period. The difference between the actual length of stay (mobility phase) and the duration of the financially supported stay (Erasmus funding period) is called the zero grant period. After your return, a statement day after day will be drawn up on the basis of the confirmation of your stay submitted, one month corresponding to 30 days. If the stay is shorter than agreed, you must repay the scholarship on a pro rata basis – here too, daily billing applies. Depending on the actual length of stay during the Erasmus year 2020/21, the Erasmus scholarship will be awarded as follows: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom (the stay must have been approved before 31.12.2020) Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Spain, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Lithuania, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary The amount of monthly funding is therefore the same throughout Germany. . . .