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Learning Networks attendee
Want to have your say about the future of Learning Networks? Then come along to the next one on Wednesday 6 December in Birmingham. This event will be a special consultation session for you to share your thoughts and ideas on the themes, structure and outputs of the initiative and how the events might develop going forward.  Learning Networks are discussion groups for Erasmus+ beneficiary...
In her first official engagement as Minister for Welsh Language and Lifelong Learning, Eluned Morgan has praised the Erasmus+ programme and the benefits it has given to young people, trainers and learners throughout Wales. Ms Morgan was hosting an event in the Senedd in Cardiff celebrating 30 years of Erasmus+ and its predecessor programmes. She said: “Erasmus+ is truly transformative as it...
Since 2014 Wales has benefitted from nearly €30m of funding from the Erasmus+ programme, according to new figures released by the National Agency responsible for delivering the European Union scheme in the UK. This year marks the 30th anniversary of Erasmus+ and predecessor programmes, a milestone that is being celebrated at an event in the Senedd in Cardiff on 13 November. The event will be...
Today's investment, tomorrow's leaders
The second European Vocational Skills Week will take place from 20 to 24 November 2017, to continue the success from last year, with activities in all Member States, EFTA and EU candidate countries at national, regional and local levels.  Showcasing events and success stories presenting the full range of opportunities in the vocational education and training (VET) sector are the main focuses for...
The European Commission has published the Erasmus+ 2018 Call.  All the deadlines and application details are contained in the 2018 Call for Proposals and the 2018 Programme Guide, which are on our Key Resources webpage. The Call for Proposals is an overview document with the deadlines for 2018, while the Programme Guide contains detailed information on project rules, funding levels and...
Jane Racz today (October 23) succeeds Ruth Sinclair-Jones as the UK National Agency Director for Erasmus+. Ruth is retiring after leading the UK National Agency, a partnership between the British Council and Ecorys UK, since the Erasmus+ programme began, having also worked extensively on predecessor programmes during 30 years with the British Council, in the UK and overseas. She said: “It has...
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We have created a promotional toolkit to highlight the opportunities available to attend one of our eight Erasmus+ Information Session events taking place across the UK. The Information Session promotional toolkit includes: Information sessions flyer (2.2MB);  Toolkit document (313 KB) - including suggested social media posts and newsletter text; and Images for social media (5.6 MB).   We invite...
Scotland has been awarded its highest ever amount of Erasmus+ funding - up nearly €5m since last year according to new figures released by the British Council and Ecorys UK, the National Agency delivering the European Union scheme in the UK. Nearly €21m has been awarded to Scotland’s educational, training and youth work organisations so far in 2017, compared to €16m in 2016. This represents a...
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An extra €22 million is to be made available for UK-led Erasmus+ projects when the 2018 call for applications is announced later this month. The UK National Agency revealed at today’s Erasmus+ Annual Conference, at Central Hall, Westminster, that funding for the programme will be set at €170m next year – an increase of around 12 percent on 2017’s €148m allocation. Delegates at the event also...
Due to technical issues the submission deadlines of the 2017 Call Youth Round 3 for Key Action 1 Youth Mobility and Key Action 3 Structured Dialogue have been extended by 48 hours. The new deadline for online application forms to be submitted is 6 October 2017, 11am (UK time). Please refer to the relevant apply for funding pages for the online application forms and guidance notes.  Please note...

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