Selection Results for Calls 2015, 2016 and 2017 Combined

These charts summarize the history of the Erasmus+ KA 1 International Credit Mobility statistics including Armenian HEIs for 2015, 2016, 2017. The charts will be updated through the course of new projects to be selected under KA1 up till 2020. 

Overall 307 ICM applications with Armenian HEIs where submitted in 2015 (83), 2016 (99) and 2017 (125), out of which 211 were selected for funding, thus reaching a success rate of 69%. The majority of these projects are with Polish, Spanish and Italian universities, totaling up to 34, 20 and 19 projects, respectively.

Other projects include Bulgaria, Spain, Germany, Greece, France, Portugal, Belgium, Estonia, Hungary, Romania, Austria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Turkey, UK, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. 

To read the numbers and other data, put the cursor on the lines and columns on the graphs below. Some Programme countries have the same number of projects with Armenian HEIs and are hence presented in clusters

Selection Results by Call (2015, 2016, 2017)

  • Applications
  • Selected Projects
  • Success Rate %

Projects with Programme Countries (2015, 2016, 2017)

  • PL
  • ES
  • IT
  • BG
  • RO, FR, GR
  • DE
  • PT
  • BE
  • LT
  • EE, UK, HU
  • CZ, AT, HR, FI
  • NL, CY
  • LV, SE, SK, TR, IE
  • IS, NO, DK

The total number of mobilities to and from Armenia has almost tripled through the past 3 years mounting up from 367 mobilities in 2015 and 646 in 2016 to 888 in 2017.

Number of Armenian Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) involved in ICM Projects

Call 2015 - 15 HEIs
Call 2016 - 22 HEIs
Call 2017 - 28 HEIs

For the indicative list of participating Armenian HEIs under the Calls 2015, 2016 and 2017, please click here.

Planned Mobilities to/from Armenia in 2015

  • To Programme Country
  • From Programme Country

Planned Mobilities to/from Armenia in 2015

  • Student
  • Staff

Similar increase has been registered in the ratio between student and staff mobility. If in 2015 only 162 academic and administrative staff could profit from Erasmus+ exchange (incoming and outgoing), in 2016 this number has increased twice, summing up to 347. Finally, in 2017 the number of staff mobilities has reached 491.

As compared to 2015, the current number of incoming mobilities from Programme countries to Armenia has grown from 67 to 311.  

Planned Mobilities to/from Armenia in 2016

  • To Programme Country
  • From Programme Country

Planned Mobilities to/from Armenia in 2017

  • To Programme Country
  • From Programme Country

Planned Mobilities to/from Armenia in 2016

  • Student
  • Staff

Planned Mobilities to/from Armenia in 2017

  • Student
  • Staff

For more robust statistical information on separate ICM Calls 2015, 2016 and 2017 as well as selection results per region, click here.

Application & Selection Results (2004 - 2017)

This section provides statistical data about submitted applications and the numbers of Erasmus Mundus Master Programmes’ scholarship grantees from Eastern Partnership Countries.  
Please, note that minor changes to these statistics may be possible due to cancellations and consequent promotions of candidates from the reserve list.

To read the numbers and other data, put the cursor on the lines and columns on the graphs below.

Submitted Applications from Eastern Partnership Applicants

  • Armenia
  • Georgia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Belarus
  • Moldova
  • Ukraine

EaP Scholarship Grantees (2004 - 2017)

  • Ukraine
  • Georgia
  • Armenia
  • Moldova
  • Belarus
  • Azerbaijan

Further statistical data is available in the Excel file.

More robust statistical information is available in the repository of Education, Audiovisual and Cultural Executive Agency (EACEA). To access it, click here.

Involvement of Armenian HEIs in CBHE Ongoing Projects

  • Yerevan State University
  • Polytechnic University
  • Gavar State University
  • University of Economics
  • American University
  • Russian-Armenian University
  • University of Architecture and Construction
  • University of Languages and Social Sciences
  • Agrarian University
  • Academy of Fine Arts
  • Shirak University
  • Goris State University
  • Vanadzor State University
  • Pedagogical University
  • Public Administration Academy
  • Eurasia International University
  • European Regional Academy
  • Conservatory
  • French University
  • National Academy of Sciences
  • Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems
  • Center for Ecological-Noosphere Studies

Involvement of Other Organisations in CBHE Ongoing Projects

  • Ministry of Education and Science
  • Scientific-Educational Reforms Foundation
  • Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs
  • ANSA
  • Unison NGO
  • Yerevan Telecommunication Research Institute
  • ANQA
  • RUMEA Tempting Trips Club
  • Engineering Academy NGO
  • Union of Incoming Tour Operators
  • AE Consulting
  • Youth Cooperation Centre of Dilijan
  • National Center For Strategic Research in HE