Administration costs are additional to the programme costs. These costs vary depending on the university that you will be studying at (up to 850€) and include your registration at the university, access to the library, social security costs and public liability insurance.
EIT RawMaterials grant
Students enrolled in the AMIS Programme are entitled to the following EIT RawMaterials grant:
Added Value Student Activities grant (AVSA grant): this grant of €13,500 can be awarded to students enrolled in a EIT RawMaterials, EIT-labelled programme under certain criteria. It covers travel, subsistence and living costs for students to participate in the following activities:
- Industry placements and other internships
- Exchanges with other universities
- Attending conferences or workshops
- And/or similar activities additional to the regular programme contents directed at promoting the learning, knowledge, skills, professional flexibility and pursuit of careers of students during and after having passed the EIT RawMaterials-funded programme.
The grant is directly paid to the students, no separate application is needed.
Eligibility criteria for AVSA grants
Please be aware that European double funding is strictly prohibited. Therefore, students who already receive an EU-funded scholarship (i.e. Erasmus Mundus or other) are not entittled to the AVSA grant.
Student receiving a national grant or a grant from another source (as long as it is not EU-funded) can be awarded the AVSA grant under the condition that this grant permit additional scholarships to be awarded.