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Erasmus+ – European Universities – 2024

The Erasmus+ programme - The Erasmus+ programme aims at offering around 10 million Europeans the opportunity to acquire skills and develop personally, socio-educationally and professionally through study, training, work experience or youth and sport-related activities throughout the 2021-2027 programming period.

189.200.000 euro

Appeal framework

Call reference ERASMUS-EDU-2024-EUR-UNIV
Program Erasmus+ Programme (ERASMUS)
Institution European Commission
Sectors Cooperation & Development Culture, Media & Communication Education & Training Employment Research & Innovation Services to organisations Technology & Digital
Beneficiaries Association & NGO EU & International Organisation Professional organisation & network Research centre & university Training organisation & school

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Priorities and funded actions


  • To achieve the ambitious vision of an innovative, globally competitive, and attractive European Education Area by 2025, in full synergy with the European Research Area and the European Higher Education Area, by transforming the institutional cooperation between higher education institutions and bring it to the next level
  • To promote common European valus as enshrined in Article 2 of the Treaty on European Union and strengthened European Identity by bringing together a new generation of Europeans who are able to cooperate and work within different European and global cultures, in different languages, and across borders, sectors and academic disciplines
  • To reach a substantial leap in quality, performance, attractiveness, and international competitiveness and enable deep institutional transformation of involved European higher education institutions and contribute to the European knowledge economy, employment, creativity, culture, and welfare
  • To support higher education institutions in gradually achieving their long-term ambitious vision towards becoming a fully-fledged European University
  • To empower European Universities to share and benefit from each other experiences and to act as role models for the wider higher education sector


  • Priority 1: Develop and implement an integrated long-term strategy for education, with, where possible, links to research and innovation, and service to society, that is responsive to the digital and green transition and key socio-economic challenges, while remaining committed to excellence
  • Priority 2: Establish a European higher education inter-university “campus” where students, doctoral candidates, and staff benefit from seamless mobility opportunities (physical, blended mobility or virtual learning) to study, train, teach, do research, work, or share services in any of the partner institutions
  • Priority 3: Create a new joint, flexible and innovative curricula, relevant in the three cycles (Bachelor, Master and Doctoral), based on inter-disciplinary and cross-sectoral approaches, integrating student-centred learning approaches and innovative pedagogies, including the use of the latest digital technologies and the STEAM approach
  • Priority 4: Offer other flexible learning opportunities and alternative leaning pathways to learners at all stages of life across disciplines and sectors
  • Priority 5: Build European knowledge-creating teams (“challenge-based approach”)
  • Priority 6: Support closer cooperation between the alliances by knowledge sharing and learning, skill development, networking and collaboration, innovation and problem solving
  • Priority 7: Promote and support dissemination of results not only between alliances, but also to the wider higher education sector and enhance the transferability of the results and their uptake by relevant end-users

Additional information

  • This call for proposals is an open call for proposals.
  • Initial duration of the action: 48 months


  • Be a legal person
  • Be a public or private entity
  • Be a Higher Education Institutions holding a valid Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) or any entities affiliated to them
  • Be an organisation referred as a higher education institution, specifically set up with the purpose of implementing deep institutional transnational cooperation, including joint educational activities
  • Total budget of the call: 189.200.000 euro
  • Amount per topic:
    • ERASMUS-EDU-2024-EUR-UNIV-1: 187.700.000 euro
    • ERASMUS-EDU-2024-EUR-UNIV-2: 1.5 million euro
  • Amount of the grant:
    • ERASMUS-EDU-2024-EUR-UNIV-1: between 3.24 and 14.40 million euro
    • ERASMUS-EDU-2024-EUR-UNIV-2: 1.50 million euro
  • Co-financing rate: up to 80% of the total eligible costs

This grant is a lump sum grant.

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