ERASMUS+ call now available!

ERASMUS+ call now available!
Erasmus+ is the new EU programme for education, training, youth and sport. It combines and replaces 7 existing EU programmes including Comenius and Leonardo da Vinci. It is a seven-year programme (2014-2020) that comes into effect in January 2014.
Organisations wishing to bid for funding in 2014 through Erasmus+, the European Union’s new programme for education, training, youth and sport, can start to prepare their grant applications from today. Indeed the Guide and the Call for Proposals are now available.
The current call for proposals is for projects with a duration of 2-3 years. The new Erasmus+ Programme Guide provides detailed information on how to apply.In total, €1.8 billion in funding will be available from Erasmus+ in 2014 to:
  • Promote mobility opportunities for students, trainees, teachers and other educational staff, young people on youth exchanges, youth leaders and volunteers. The deadline for applications for learning mobility projects is 17 March 2014.
  • Create or improve partnerships between education, training and youth institutions and organisations with the world of work. The deadline for applications is in April 2014.
  • Support dialogue and evidence-building needed to deliver reform in education, training and youth systems.
Consortia, coordinating organisations and groups can submit a single application on behalf of a number of organisations.As well as universities and training institutions, new innovative partnerships will also be funded for the first time: the so-called ‘Knowledge Alliances’ and ‘Sector Skills Alliances’ will build synergies between education and the world of work by enabling higher education institutions, training providers and enterprises to promote innovation and entrepreneurship, and to develop new curricula and qualifications to tackle skills gaps.
In sport, the focus is on transnational projects supporting grassroots sport and tackling cross-border challenges such as match-fixing, doping, violence and racism, as well as promoting good governance, gender equality, social inclusion and physical activity for all.
EOSE – European Observatoire of Sport and Employment

A new wave for the sport and active leisure sector

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