Interactive facts and stats on Erasmus+
The 2019 annual report on Erasmus+ activities, as well as the first ever report on the European Solidarity Corps, are now available.
This year you can also get the statistics and the country factsheets in an easier format, no matter what device you are using. This type of interactive data is part of the European Commission's efforts to make content more accessible to more people.
The total budget for the Erasmus+ programme increases year on year. In 2019, it amounted to €3.37 billion - €547 million more than 2018, representing an increase of 20%. With this budget, Erasmus+ supported
- around 940,000 learning experiences abroad
- provided funding to around 25,000 projects and 111,000 organisations
European Solidarity Corps 2018-2019
The first European Solidarity Corps report covers the first 15 months of implementation of the European Union’s new programme dedicated to supporting the engagement of young people in solidarity activities.
Between October 2018 and December 2019, 2,300 organisations requested support for their projects in the solidarity field and 3,750 such projects received funding totalling €113.4 million.
By the end of 2019, grants awarded under the European Solidarity Corps generated specific solidarity opportunities for 27,000 young people.