Students with Disabilities
Students with disabilities are entitled with an additional grant. In such situation, they need
to submit an application at Erasmus+ Office, as well as a budget for the additional grant
needed for the mobility abroad. Subsequently, the applications are sent at the State
Scholarship Foundation (SSF) for the additional grants per application to be approved and to
modify the agreement between SSF and PUAS.

Useful Information
– Students with disabilities should arrange the mobility procedure at least 6 months
before their departure.
– Students with disabilities should meet the Requirements for participating at Erasmus+.
– Students should submit in written form the additional individual needs, as well as the
difficulties they face, as a result of their disability. This description should be
accompanied by a recent medical report from a public hospital, or a recent certificate
from a Disability Certification Center or any other recent official certification.
– In cases of mental diseases, the students should also submit a recent certificate that
they can participate at the Erasmus+ program.

– Students should also submit a detailed financial budget (as in Appendix I of the
Application Form) for the additional grant needed. Students will be granted with the
total amount of the additional grant before the mobility.
– Students should submit all the required documents (invoices, receipts etc.) after their
mobility in order to cover their expenses.
Indicative additional needs covered:
– Escort for the journey (to and from the partner country)
– Transport from and to the Partner HEI or institution as well as around the country.
– Accommodation at appropriately equipped room (in case the dormitory does not have
such a room).
– Assistant during the day or night.
– Caretaker
– Assistant during the courses (note keeping etc.)
– Medical monitoring (physiotherapy etc.)
– Teaching material (in Braille, magnified photocopies, recorded lectures etc.)
– Special dietary
– Medicines, in case they are not covered from the medical/pharmaceutical insurance.

Staff with Disabilities
Staff members with disabilities are entitled with an additional grant. In such situation, they
need to submit an application at Erasmus+ Office, as well as a budget for the additional
grant needed for the mobility abroad. Subsequently, the applications are sent at the State
Scholarship Foundation (SSF) for the additional grants per application to be approved and to
modify the agreement between SSF and PUAS.

Useful Information
– Staff members with disabilities should arrange the mobility procedure at least 6 months
before their departure.
– Staff members with disabilities should meet the Requirements for participating at
Erasmus+.
– Staff members should submit in written form the additional individual needs, as well as
the difficulties they face, as a result of their disability. This description should be
accompanied by a recent medical report from a public hospital, or a recent certificate
from a Disability Certification Center or any other recent official certification.
– In cases of mental diseases, the students should also submit a recent certificate that
they can participate at the Erasmus+ program.
– Staff members should also submit a detailed financial budget (as in Appendix I of the
Application Form) for the additional grant needed. Staff members will be granted with
the total amount of the additional grant before the mobility.
– Staff members should submit all the required documents (invoices, receipts etc.) after
their mobility in order to cover their expenses.
Indicative additional needs covered:
– Escort for the journey (to and from the partner country)
– Transport from and to the Partner HEI or institution as well as around the country.
– Accommodation at appropriately equipped room (in case the dormitory does not have
such a room).
– Assistant during the day or night.

– Caretaker
– Assistant during the courses (note keeping etc.)
– Medical monitoring (physiotherapy etc.)
– Teaching material (in Braille, magnified photocopies, recorded lectures etc.)
– Special dietary
– Medicines, in case they are not covered from the medical/pharmaceutical insurance.

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