Mobility for higher education institutions.

Transitional solution for Erasmus+ in 2015

On 19 September 2014, the Federal Council decided to continue the transitional solution for the Erasmus+ EU education programme, originally put in place for 2014 for the next two years. The transitional solution for 2015 is currently being drafted.

We will post further information for you as soon as it is possible to submit applications for mobility projects and partnerships/cooperations.

Media release: Transitional solution for Erasmus+ to continue (DE/FR/IT)

If you are interested in the Erasmus programme, please get in touch with us at:, 032 346 18 00.

Submitting an application

Planning and preparation, selection criteria, funding and grant agreement.

Carrying out a project

Project execution, project management, documents and tools, deadlines.

Semesters abroad

Duration: three to twelve months
Target group: students at the bachelor’s degree level (from the second year of their studies) and the master’s degree and doctorate levels.

Internships abroad for students

Duration: two to twelve months
Target group: students at the bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or doctorate level, as well as graduates within twelve months of receiving their degree.

Teaching assignments for lecturers

Duration: between two days and two months (at least eight teaching hours)
Target group: teaching staff

Further training for teachers and other staff

Duration: between two days and two months
Target group: teaching and administrative staff

Supported projects

Here you can find an overview of the projects we support .

Central actions

In addition to the decentralised actions offered by the ch Foundation, the programme also covers certain centralised actions. All applications for funding must be submitted to the ch Foundation.

If you have any questions or require advice on the types of centralised action, please contact : Florence Balthasar (European Advisor), SwissCore, +32 2 549 09 80,