Target groups for inclusion in third countries not associated to the Programme – Erasmus+ KA171 mobility projects

Note 1:  In case of suspected manipulation in determining the status of a mobility participant with fewer opportunities, it is possible to request additional documents and check with relevant authorities to confirm the fulfilment of the criteria defined in the call. If the provided information proves to be inaccurate/untruthful after the documentation check, the Grant Agreement beneficiary institution/organisation and the Foundation Tempus have the right to request the recovery of the funds awarded to the mobility participant belonging to the category of participants with fewer opportunities. 

Note 2: In case of incoming mobilities, from another country to Serbia, the sending institution/organisation should provide a certificate indicating the relevant target group or equivalent documents listed in the table above issued by the competent state administration authority in the country of residence. If the sending institution/organisation provides the certificate, it is required to keep the documents corroborating the information in the certificate, in case of audits or checks by the EACEA, OLAF or other authorities.

Note 3: At the beneficiary’s suggestion and in consultation with the relevant project officer, it is possible to submit other official documents as well (not listed in the table above) proving that a person belongs to a particular target group.

Note 4: If a mobility participant is a minor, the declaration should be signed by the participant’s parent or legal guardian.


[1] Persons from socio-economic disadvantaged background who participate in mobility activities are eligible for additional funds for individual support provided that they meet the eligibility criteria defined on the national level for grant agreements. The same eligibility criteria applies as for outgoing mobilities from Serbia.

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