What is Erasmus+?
Erasmus+ programme (2014-2020) provides wide opportunities for cross-border cooperation both for students and staff. Erasmus+ also supports teaching, research, networking and policy debate on EU topics and offers a number of targeted funding schemes ensuring that everyone, who is interested, can benefit from the Erasmus+ programme opportunities.
Who can benefit from it?
The Erasmus+ programme is open for all and everyone who is interested in international projects and mobilities will be able to find opportunities, suggest their own projects and initiatives and/or join the existing ones.
University staff members may join the Erasmus+ mobilities for teaching/training, participate in any of the ongoing Erasmus+ projects or create their own project with the support of the Erasmus+ Projects Unit.
Students can apply for the mobility programs for studies and/or internships or other opportunities from international Erasmus+ projects.
Youth and youth workers can apply for the calls to participate in any of the upcoming trainings and seminars or propose their own training and youth exchange projects.