100,000 Erasmus+ Online Linguistic Support licences for language assessments and the same number of licences for online language courses are available to refugees for a period of 3 years within a specific framework, starting from summer 2016.
25 National Agencies, which work with the Commission to manage the Erasmus+ programme, have confirmed their participation so far and requests for more than 50,000 OLS licences for refugees have been received so far. 50,132 OLS licences were made available to refugees at the beginning of July.
Licenses will continue to be distributed based on requests from National Agencies, after validation by the Commission, on a "first-come first-served" basis until all available licences have been used. For more information, please visit the OLS for refugees website.