March 2018

The second deadline for 2018 Erasmus+ youth funding applications is 26 April at 11 am (UK time). Application forms for Key Action 1 Youth Mobility, Key Action 2 Strategic Partnerships and Key Action 3 Structured Dialogue are now available.  Support for applicants includes recorded webinars, one-to-one phone sessions, and guidance notes produced by the National Agency. Sector Key Action 1 Key...
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Due to technical issues the submission deadline of the 2018 Call for Key Action 2 School Exchange Partnerships (KA229) has been extended by 48 hours. The new deadline for online application forms to be submitted is 23 March 2018, 11am (UK time). If you have already submitted your application and do not wish to amend it then you do not need to take any action. Please note that only the online...
Impact+ exercise
The Erasmus+ UK National Agency (NA) invites suitably qualified consultants to submit a tender for Impact+ Exercise User Research. The project will identify the outcomes of using the NA beneficiary support materials known as the Impact+ Exercise through research with the 40 individuals who participated in one of our training workshops. Full background and submission details can be found in the...
The European Commission (EC) has launched Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange, described as the online version of Erasmus+. With a focus on inclusion and intercultural learning, Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange aims to reach young people from different social backgrounds and provide an accessible way for them to improve their skills. The pilot scheme will link students and young people from the 33 Erasmus+...
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Does your Erasmus+ project have a focus on culture and heritage? Why not join the celebrations for the European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH) in 2018? The Year will see a series of initiatives and events across Europe to enable people to become closer to and more involved with the cultural heritage which shapes our identities and everyday lives. Relevant United Kingdom Erasmus+ initiatives are...
The European Commission has published the mid-term evaluation of Erasmus+ and its predecessor programmes. The evaluation brings together a range of sources: national reports submitted by the Erasmus+ Programme Countries; evaluation reports by an external independent contractor; and comments from individuals, organisations and wider stakeholders. Participants and beneficiaries were encouraged to...