All costs for Euneos courses can be supported with the grant of Erasmus+ KA1. They correspond to the compensation level of Erasmus+ programme 2021-27, as presented in Erasmus+ Programme Guide 2021. Read more >>
1. Course fee
Euneos courses have a fixed price. Euneos will charge you for a 7 days course 660 € per participant. Discounts up to 10 % possible. The fixed price does not concern special courses tailored for schools/consortia.
Course fee for lead-in online courses
Fee: 160 € + VAT 38,40 €. VAT 0% when registering with a valid VAT-number/Business ID/fiscal code/etc. In case the participant of lead-in course completes the corresponding full onsite/online Erasmus course of Euneos, the fee 160 € will be regarded as part of the whole fee we charge.
VAT number, or its national equivalent, is asked because of special requirements of Finnish taxation.
Explanation: Unlike many other Erasmus member countries, Finland has not exempted Erasmus KA1 courses from value added tax.
The new fee is 660 €. The price of fee changes with Erasmus 2021-2027 programme from 1.9. 2021 on.
The full course payment 660 € consists of 2 parts:
- Course fee: for a 7 days course 560 euro for tuition and materials. This is covered with the course fee that you get with your grant: 80 euro per day.
- One hundred euro (100 €) per participant in staff mobility for courses and training that you receive with your KA1 grant for organisational support goes to the course provider due to the higher costs level to make the courses affordable. The remaining 250 € can be used by your school / organisation (Erasmus+ Programme Guide 2021, p. 102).
If you come with 5 or more participants to a 7-day Euneos course, you will get a discount of 10%.
Discount does not concern online courses, exotic PREMIUM courses or courses where Euneos Corp. is the local organiser but not the provider.
Courses shorter than 7 days
Education in Finland and Estonia – Original Best Practices Benchmarking course also offers options of shorter than 7 days courses
– Helsinki, 4 days single course, 410 euro
– Tallinn, 3 days single course, 300 euro
– Helsinki course + Tallinn course combined, 660 euro (invoice with
separate fees 380 e + 280 e )
NB! Combining courses in two or more different countries may cause questions of your National Agency. If you choose both Helsinki (4 days) and Tallinn (3 days) courses, you may need to discuss with about your choice with your NA. As Estonia and Finland are both top countries in European education it is quite rational to make acquaintance with both school cultures subsequently. The venues, Helsinki and Tallinn, are only 80 km away from each others. Logistics between the twin cities are excellent. Green travel to venues by car/bus/train/ferry is possible.
To be paid by yourself from the KA1 grant
- Travel costs. The grant includes a budget for travel costs. The amount is calculated based on the distance that you need to travel from your home place to the course. To know more click on distance calculator!
- Accommodation and meals (Individual support in the grant). The amount that you receive to cover the costs of your stay in hotel and meals will depend on the country.
Euneos doesn’t organise the stay in hotel but we give advice for booking of hotel in different price categories near the course venue and for cheap lunches. For dinners there is enough choice near all our venues.
Euneos is not liable for any expenses caused by a case of force majeure.
Euneos Corp. as the course provider is not responsible for the financial or other consequences concerning travel, accommodation or food. If unable to attend, the registered person may substitute someone else from the same organization or attend to another Euneos course, by sending a notification to email@example.com.
Due to COVID -19 situation Euneos will refund the paid course fee only when the cancellation is based on the decisions and directives of authorities (EU, government, National Agency). Cancellation fee is 160 euro per participant. There will be changes in this after the pandemic.
Flexible flight tickets and hotel room reservations should always be the practice. It is very important in case more schools cancel their participation on some confirmed course, and there is not even the minimum number of participants to provide the course. This is very exceptional, but it may happen during the pandemic.
Acquiring travel insurance and social security are obligatory and at one’s own responsibility.
2. Billing procedure
- About 4 weeks before the start of each course Euneos will send bills by mail to the participants. Euneos has outsourced the billing to Finvoicer. It means that you will get a bill sent by Finvoicer.
- The bill will be sent to the contact person of the school. The billing address will be the school address. The name mentioned on the bill will be the name of the participant.
Example: if a school has 3 participants in a course, the contact person of the school will receive the 3 bills on his mail address. A separate bill for each participant, mentioning the name, place and date of the course and the name of the participant. Billing address will always be the address of the school.
- The contact person of the school delivers the individual bills to teachers who participate in the course.
- All correspondence about billing will be done by the contact person of the school.
- The bills can be paid by the individual teachers or bills can be paid by the school. The reference number of the bill(s) should be mentioned when paying. If you don’t mention the reference number you might get a reminder for the bill as the payment will not be recognised by the automatic billing system of Finvoicer.
The use of reference number(s) when paying is a necessity. If a school pays the bills of all teachers, all reference numbers should be mentioned.
- Important for schools from countries outside the eurozone: if you have more participants, please pay for all participants with one bank transfer. The bank will charge you for each transaction and individual bills will be more expensive for you. The costs of the transaction of both the payer and the recipient (Euneos) are to be taken care of by the payer.
Note: In case the customer cancels their participation after paying the fee, Euneos charges the organisational cost 160 euro as cancellation fee. (This will change after pandemic.)
Euneos doesn’t accept cash payments. Please contact Euneos administration well on time and ask for one bill for all participants if you prefer one bill.
Taxation in Finland requires that the VAT number, if it exists, is included in the bill. Please add your possible VAT number (or national equivalent) when registering for Euneos’ courses.