Program

ERASMUS PLUS – 2021-2027

The Erasmus + programme aims to provide to around 10 million Europeans the opportunity to gain competences and have a personal, socio-educational and professional development through studies, training, work experiences, or youth and sport activities over the entire programming period 2021-2027.
2027
24.574 billion euro
ERASMUS PLUS – Key action 1: Learning mobility of individuals – 2021-2027 ERASMUS PLUS – Key Action 2: Cooperation among organizations and institutions – 2021-2027

Grants to support the educational, vocational and personal development of people in the fields of education, training, youth and sport, in Europe and beyond, thus contributing to sustainable growth, employment and social cohesion and to the strengthening of European identity.

Priorities and funded actions

ERASMUS + is a key instrument providing funding for activities in support of learning mobility, cooperation and innovative policy development in the fields of education, training, youth and sport at the European level.

Objectives:

Structure:

Key Action 1Learning mobility of individuals

Key Action 2Cooperation among organisations and institutions

Key Action 3Support to policy development and cooperation

Jean Monnet Actions

Priorities:

Among financed actions:

Under key action 1:

Under key action 2:

Under key action 3:

Jean Monnet Actions:

Contact

Mrs Ute HALLER-BLOCK

Ute.Haller-Block@ec.europa.eu

+32-229-84232

https://erasmus-plus.ec.europa.eu/programme-guide/introduction

DG for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture > Youth, Education and Erasmus+ > Erasmus+ Coordination (EAC.B.4)

European Commission

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