Erasmus+ turns 33

What started off with only 3,244 students back in 1987 has now changed the lives of over 10 million people, bringing new experiences and opportunities to them.

Considered by many as the most important international programme for European Union citizens, Erasmus+ has enhanced students’ quality of life and opened up further career opportunities.

In fact, according to a recent study, 80% of Erasmus+ graduates are employed within three months of graduation.

Before, ERASMUS was focused solely on student mobility. With the arrival of Erasmus+, opportunities have increased significantly with students, staff, volunteers, teachers and more benefitting.

MEUSAC, is a Maltese government agency that provides information about EU funding opportunities and assists non-profit making entities to apply for EU funds for free.

Feel free to get in touch on funding.meusac@gov.mt.

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