Erasmus mobility program: what you need to know

About Erasmus +

Erasmus + is the new name for the previously called “lifelong learning programme”. Erasmus + is a revamped version aiming to develop skills and employability through the modernisation of Education, Training and Youth work. The programme will run for 7 years and has a funding of €14.7 billion, which is up 40% from the previous cycle, highlighting the importance of Erasmus + to the European Union.

Thanks to Erasmus + more than 4 million Europeans will be able to make use of the mobility scheme to travel throughout Europe to:

 Aims of the Erasmus mobility program

The long-term strategic objectives of EU education and training policies are:

  • Making lifelong learning and mobility a reality;
  • Improving the quality and efficiency of education and training;
  • Promoting equity, social cohesion and active citizenship;
  • Enhancing creativity and innovation, including entrepreneurship, at all levels of education and training.

It is already notorious throughout Europe as a mobility scheme for students to study and intern abroad, however, now Erasmus + looks to cover all the important aspects of both education and training:

Eurasmus is fully committed with Erasmus +, aiming to make easier and more accessible mobility programmes in Europe.

For further information, don’t forget to visit the links of the European Commission of Education and Training, linked to the programme categories described.


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