ERASMUS enables academia and business to work together through various activities, including teaching, training, exchanges and joint projects.
With the European economy reliant on knowledge creation and application, strong links between businesses and universities are a must. Businesses have become increasingly involved in the ERASMUS Programme in recent years. Actions benefit both sides, and can lead to long-lasting partnerships.
The relevant ERASMUS activities for business are:
Companies can find information on how to get involved in individual mobility actions by contacting their national agency for ERASMUS. For information on participation in co-operation activities, contact the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency.
"ERASMUS for Young Entrepreneurs" is a programme run by the European Commission’s Enterprise Directorate-General that offers exchanges for entrepreneurs and is NOT part of the ERASMUS Programme.