Learning Mobility of Individuals
Learning mobility opportunities aim to encourage the mobility of students, staff, trainees, apprentices, youth workers and young people.
The role of the organisations in this process is to organise these opportunities for individuals. The benefits for the organisations include an increased capacity to operate at an international level, improved management skills, access to more funding opportunities and projects, increased ability to prepare, manage, and follow-up projects, a more attractive portfolio of opportunities for students and staff at participating organisations, the opportunity to develop innovative projects with partners from around the world.
Higher education students and staff
Organisations can send or receive students, and staff to or from participating countries. Staff can teach or train abroad, whereas students and doctoral candidates can do a traineeship or part of their studies abroad.
Vocational education and training learners and staff
Organisations can send or receive apprentices and students for vocational traineeships abroad, as well as send staff for teaching or training.
School education staff
Schools can send and receive staff for teaching and professional development.
Adult education staff
Opportunities are available for adult education organisations to send or receive staff for teaching and training, as well as to provide courses.
Young people and youth workers
Organisations can apply to run projects. For young people, these include youth exchanges, allowing groups of young people to live and work together for up to three weeks. For youth workers, projects focus on training and networking.
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees
Opportunities for organisations to organise Master degree programmes. The EU provides funding for these programmes to make four annual selections of students.
Erasmus+ Master Loans
Opportunities exist for eligible financial intermediaries to provide loans, under special conditions, to Master's students studying abroad.