Erasmus+


Erasmus+ is the EU Programme in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020. This programme supports three main types of actions which are, learning mobilities, cooperation for innovation and good practices, and support for policy reform.

 

The Programme funds opportunities for cooperation and mobility with Partner Countries, notably in the fields of higher education and youth. Erasmus provides an opportunity to Europeans coming from different sectors interested in engaging in different forms of education and training to gain understanding and develop personally and professionally in order to contribute to the development of the European society as a whole.

 

Eligible projects and exchanges can vary widely with the aim of contributing to the enhancement of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship between organisations, businesses, local and regional authorities and NGOs. This programme also assists master degree students in financing their studies.

 

Erasmus+ supports activities aiming at developing the European dimension in sport, by promoting cooperation between bodies responsible for sports. The Programme promotes the creation and development of European networks, providing opportunities for cooperation among stakeholders and the exchange and transfer of knowledge and know-how in different areas relating to sport and physical activity.

 

The Erasmus+ is managed by the European Union Programmes Agency (EUPA) responsible of supporting individuals with funding under various educational programmes provided by the European Commission.

 

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Open Calls

 

Key Action 1 - Learning Mobility of Individuals

Name of Call

Description of Call

Eligible Applicants

Deadline

Mobility Project For Higher Education Students and Staff

Under this funding strand, two types of mobility projects are supported; either a study period abroad at a higher education institution or a traineeship (work placement) abroad in an enterprise or any other relevant workplace. Both of the mobility projects mentioned above, have to be conducted / incorporated either during the student’s degree period (either bachelors or masters) or up to one year after the termination of the degree.

Higher education awarded an Erasmus Charter
NGOs
Public/Private organisation active in labour market or in the education, training and youth fields

February, 2018

Mobility Project for VET Learners and Staff Mobility

Learners’ mobility - This Activity is open to both apprentices and students in vocational training schools. These learners undertake a vocational training placement in another country. Learners are hosted either at a workplace or at a VET school (with periods of work-based learning in an enterprise or other relevant organisation). Each mobility Activity is set within a quality framework previously agreed upon by the sending and receiving organisations to ensure a high level of quality for the Activity, including a “Learning Agreement”.

Staff mobility may be either an assignment to teach at a partner VET school abroad or staff training. 

Public/Private organisation for vocational and educational training.

February, 2018

Mobility Project for School Education Staff

This funding strand provides an opportunity for those working within a school environment with opportunities for teaching practice and further professional training abroad. This can take place either as:

A teaching assignment: this Activity allows teachers or other school education staff to teach at a partner school abroad.

Staff training: this Activity supports the professional development of teachers, principals, Heads of school or other school education staff in the form of: a) participation in structured courses or training events abroad; b) a job shadowing/observation period abroad in a partner school or another relevant organisation active in the field of school education.

Schools;
Public/Private Organisation.

February, 2018

Mobility Project for Adult Education Staff 

Under this funding strand, two types of mobility projects are supported:

 - Staff Teaching Assignment abroad at another European public or private education organization dealing with adult education. This type of mobility project allows applicants to spend a small amount of time teaching in foreign organization.

- Staff Training abroad in a public or private organization that can provide training in the sectors/areas identified by the applicant organization.

Private/ public organisation active in adult education, labour market or in the fields of training, education and youth.

February, 2018


Key Action 3 - Support for Policy Reform

Name of Call

Description of Call

Eligible Applicants

Deadline

Support for Policy Reform: Joint Qualifications in Vocational Education and Training

The overall objectives are to increase the employability of young people and to contribute to the development of a highly skilled, qualified and mobile workforce from which companies should also benefit and to support joint developments in VET in Europe and strengthen overall its quality, relevance and attractiveness. The specific objective of the call is to support the preparation or setting up of joint VET qualifications including at higher level or the improvement of such existing qualifications.

Activities must start between 1 September 2018 and 1 November 2018. The duration of the projects is 24 months. Beneficiaries should undertake the two main activities:

1. Design or improve a joint qualification in VET, aimed at responding to concrete skill needs in the countries with mandatory partners;

2. Set up new sustainable cooperation structures to ensure transparency, comparability, appropriate quality assurance systems and mutual recognition of qualifications, whilst making existing engagement more systematic and targeted.

VET, Enterprises (chamber of industry, trade and crafts progfessional organisations)

January 31, 2018

Civil Society Cooperation in the Field of Education and Training and Youth

This call will provide funding through 2 categories:

1. Civil society cooperation in the field of education and training

2. Civil society cooperation in the field of youth
The general aims are mainly to:

·         Raise stakeholder awareness of European policy agendas in education, training and youth, in particular Europe 2020, Education and Training 2020, specific policy agendas such as the Bologna or the Riga-Copenhagen processes, the European Agenda for Adult Learning, or the EU Youth Strategy.

·         Increase stakeholder commitment and cooperation with public authorities for the implementation of policies and reforms in the fields of education and training and of youth, in particular the country-specific recommendations issued in the framework of the European Semester.

·         Boost stakeholder participation in the field of education, training and youth.

·         Boost stakeholder involvement in the dissemination of policy and programme actions and results and of good practice among their membership and beyond.

 Category 1: European non-governmental organisations (ENGO) in the field of education and training or in the field of youth; Category 2: EU-wide networks in the field of education and training or in the field of youth. An organisation may submit only one application, either for category 1 or for category 2.

December 14, 2017