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ERASMUS PLUS – Key Action 1: Mobility Project for higher education students and staff

To encourage the physical and hybrid mobility of higher education students, regardless of the course of study in which they are engaged.

2 153.1 million euro

Appeal framework

Institution Erasmus Plus National Agency
Regions Balkans, European Economic Area, European Union, Mediterranean countries

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Priorities and funded actions


  • To expose students to other perspectives, knowledge, teaching and research methods and professional practices in their field of study;
  • To enable students to develop cross-cutting skills, future skills and facilitate personal development;
  • To enable professionals to deliver courses or training abroad as part of their professional development process;
  • To stimulate the development of transnational and transdisciplinary curricula and innovative teaching and learning methods.

Priorities :

  • Student mobility;
  • Doctoral mobility;
  • Hybrid mobility (physical and virtual mobility);
  • Staff mobility.

Among the actions funded :

  • Student mobility for study purposes (lot 1);
  • Student mobility for internship purposes (lot 2);
  • Staff mobility for teaching purposes (lot 3);
  • Staff mobility for training purposes (lot 4);
  • Intensive hybrid programmes (lot 5).

Additional information:

  • This is an open call for proposals.
  • Initial duration of the action: 26 months.

Eligibility :

  • Individual applicants: higher education institutions established in a country participating in the programme and in possession of an Erasmus Charter;
  • Application as a consortium: coordinating organisations.

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