Annex 1 – Country / territory group categories
Successful applications will receive funding towards delivering international mobilities, including subsistence grants for participants to cover the costs of living in a destination country.
Destination countries are classified into three country groups based on their relative cost of living. For the duration of the mobility, participants will receive the relevant subsistence amount (calculated as a day rate), depending on the total mobility duration and destination country.
Applying organisations are asked at the application stage to specify the total number of anticipated mobilities per destination country and are grouped into the following three categories:
- Group 1 (Higher cost of living)
- Group 2 (Medium cost of living)
- Group 3 (Lower cost of living)
Wales (for the purposes of inward mobility) and the UK (in instances where domestic mobility is permitted) will be classified as Group 1 countries to reflect the higher cost of living in the United Kingdom.
A full classification for each country or region is found below:
Group 1 (Higher cost of living countries/territories)
Group 2 (Medium cost of living countries/territories)
Antarctica and Oceania (not otherwise listed)
Group 3 (Lower cost of living countries)
* International mobility activities with these countries are excluded from Taith 2023 call for applications.