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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...
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Key Action 2 application forms for all sectors are now available on our website. We will add our guidance notes as they are completed, and our Guide for Experts explains how your application will be assessed. Our application support for UK organisations also includes webinars and scheduled one-to-one telephone calls, as listed in the table below. Registration for live webinars for Key Action 2 in...
At the halfway stage of the Erasmus+ programme well over half a billion euros has now been awarded to UK organisations to deliver projects. Latest figures from the UK National Agency reveal that 507 million euros was awarded between 2014 and 2017. The statistics, published this week, show that 3,829 projects have been funded across the schools, higher education, adult education, vocational...
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Due to technical issues the submission deadlines of the 2018 Call for Key Action 1 Higher Education Student and Staff Mobility funding (KA103), Accreditation of Higher Education Mobility Consortia (KA108) and International Credit Mobility (KA107) have been extended by 24 hours. The new deadline for online application forms to be submitted is 2 February 2018, 11am (UK time). If you have already...
Please be informed that due to technical reasons the budget calculations in some applications for the Higher education International Credit Mobility (KA107) do not work properly. In case you do not manage to finalise the application with the correct calculations, please submit the application form in any event before the deadline expires. The budget calculations for all applications will be...
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Key Action 1 application forms for all sectors are now available on our website, along with guidance notes produced by the UK National Agency. The application support for UK organisations, that we offer at the National Agency, includes webinars and scheduled one-to-one telephone calls, as listed in the table below. Registration for live webinars for Key Action 2 in the field of schools, adult...
The European Commission has published the 2018 Guide for Experts (849 KB), titled 'Guide for Experts on Quality Assessment – Actions managed by National Agencies'. This document is a tool for assessors of Erasmus+ funding applications. It provides instructions and guidance to ensure consistent and high-quality assessments, and includes information on: the role and appointment of experts; the...
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The European Commission is gathering views on EU funds in the area of values and mobility. The online questionnaire includes questions on current performances and future challenges of the Erasmus+ programme. This consultation is part of a series of public consultations on the priorities that should be reflected in the next Multiannual Financial Framework. A full explanation of the consultation...
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In December, we held a consultation event to gather opinions on our Learning Networks events. Attendees shared their thoughts and ideas on the themes, structure and outputs of Learning Networks and how they might be developed going forward.  This consultation is now open to the wider Erasmus+ community, to allow everyone to have their say on the future of these networking events. You can take...

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