Edinburgh Napier students going on exchange in Europe in Academic Year 2021/22

The UK left the EU on 31 December 2020. As part of the transitional arrangements, UK membership in the Erasmus+ programme will be retained for all existing Erasmus+ projects until the end of the EU funding cycle. For Edinburgh Napier University, this means that Erasmus+ exchanges planned for the 2021/22 academic year will operate as normal. 

While Erasmus+ activity will continue to be supported in 2021/22, due to the UK's departure from the EU, students should be aware that there are changes to healthcare and visa requirements for exchanges to the EU. Please contact the Global Mobility team for more detailed information on this at studyabroad@napier.ac.uk.

Further information about Erasmus+ and the future of international mobility under the Turing Scheme is available on our exchanges pages.

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