ERASMUS+ launches call for proposals 2017

October 27, 2016
Share on

The EU-funded programme ERASMUS+ has launched its call for proposals for 2017 for a total amount of EUR 2,157.1 million. Institutions and individuals from the East and South neighbourhood countries can take part in several activities announced in the call as partners or applicants.

The Erasmus+ activities open to neighbouring countries are the following (Interested applicants should refer to the opportunities pages and the Erasmus+ Programme Guide for detailed instructions for the submission of applications):
Key Action 1 – Learning Mobility of individuals
  • Mobility project for higher education students and staff – p 35 – As partner
  • Mobility for young people and youth workers  – p78 – As partner
  • Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees – p 109 – As partner
Key Action 2 – Cooperation and exchange of good practices
  • Capacity building in higher education  – p 148 – As applicant or partner
  • Capacity building in the field of youth – p 170 – 6 Eastern Partnership countries + Tunisia
In addition, two further actions are open to Neighbouring Countries’ organisations as partners insofar as their participation brings an added value to the project (for more information, please consult Part B of this Guide):
  • Strategic partnerships in the field of education training and youth –  p 120
  • Knowledge alliances – p 139
Jean Monnet activities – p 196 –  As applicant
Sport – p 226 – As partner insofar as their participation brings an added value to the project.
More information about this call can be found in the full announcement on Eur-Lex.
Erasmus+ is the EU programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport for the period 2014-2020. It succeeds Tempus, Erasmus Mundus and many other EU education and youth programmes, and support public and private universities in their efforts to modernise their systems and curricula through transnational partnerships. (EU Neighbourhood Info)
Read more
Erasmus+ – website
Erasmus+ – fiche and news