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SUCCESS

Discover 8 outstanding success stories

News | 27/06/2017 - 10:22

Every year, hundreds of projects are funded through the Erasmus+ programme, and many of them give rise to incredible experiences and outputs. We have selected 8 outstanding projects to display how valuable adult education is for participants.

Planet with green sky

Educating citizens to sustainability

News | 27/06/2017 - 10:34

An increasingly important part of adult education is educating citizens about more sustainable ways of life and raising awareness of environmental issues. Erasmus+ actively supports this effort with a wide range of projects, from testing knowledge of climate change to reducing food waste.

Sustainable economy and young citizens

7 projects that educate young citizens for a sustainable economy

News | 26/06/2017 - 13:38

Climate change, protection of biodiversity, development of renewable energies, and fair trade are all topics the young generations need and want to learn about. Erasmus+ projects contribute to this endeavour, providing education about environment issues and sustainable economy. This wide selection of Erasmus+ projects reflect the creativity of teachers and the engagement... more

Building bottled homes for refugees

Building bottled homes for refugees: a story from an Erasmus Mundus graduate

News | 26/06/2017 - 13:19

Instead of throwing bottles in a landfill, Erasmus Mundus scholarship-winner and graduate Tateh Lehbib Braica has found an innovative way to build homes for refugees. Costing less than a mud hut, the Saharawi engineer creates shelters with the hope of easing the suffering of those who had to flee their homes.

Students study for a sustainable future

Students study for a sustainable future

News | 23/06/2017 - 11:42

With the global population set to reach almost 10 billion people by the middle of this century, making the best use of our finite resources and solving the challenges of over-population are high priority issues.

Erasmus+ feedback

Give your feedback on Erasmus+

News | 23/06/2017 - 10:57

Does Erasmus+ improve skills and the chances of finding a job? How can we measure the impact of Erasmus+ on institutions? These are all questions tackled in the second Erasmus+ Impact Study in the field of higher education. Following the success of the first, a new study has been launched to discover the benefits of the mobility programme.

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Matching young people’s skills to job market needs

News | 22/06/2017 - 11:12

SMART - Skill Matching for Regional Development - created processes and tools to match jobs with the educational opportunities available to young people, and help shape the local job market.

Erasmus+ App

Launch of the Erasmus+ Mobile App

News | 22/06/2017 - 15:26

The time you've been waiting for has come: the new Erasmus+ application is now available to download! The app allows participants to easily track their progress before, during and after their mobility; to share and vote for their preferred tips to help other integrate into the local community; and to improve their language skills via a direct link to the Erasmus+... more

Erasmus+ generation

Meet, share and shape the future of Erasmus+

News | 21/06/2017 - 16:16

A blend of Slack, Facebook and LinkedIn has been created to encourage the Erasmus+ generation and key actors to have their say about the future of Europe and Erasmus+. Unveiled last month, the Erasmus+ Generation Online Meeting Point gives young people and Erasmus+ stakeholders a space to meet, debate, propose topics, identify problems and put forward solutions to... more

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Calls for proposals & tenders

Calls for proposals

Deadline:

04/10/2017

Reference:

EAC/A03/2016

Status:

Open

Calls for proposals

Deadline:

22/05/2017

Reference:

EACEA 07/2017

Status:

Closed

Decentralised calls

Deadline:

17/05/2017

Reference:

EAC/A02/2016

Status:

Open

Calls for proposals

Deadline:

06/04/2017

Reference:

EAC/A03/2016

Status:

Open

Calls for proposals

Deadline:

17/01/2017

Reference:

EACEA 40/2016

Status:

Closed
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