In the second half of Erasmus+, from 2017-2020, there will be an increase in the amount of grant funding available. This is welcome news in the UK as we have seen interest in the programme grow and along with it the competition for funding.
To prepare for this development, the UK National Agency is also adapting its approach to managing the Youth elements of Erasmus+, which means that from 1 January 2017 Key Action (KA) 1 will be managed by Ecorys, and KA2 and KA3 will be managed by the British Council.
The transition will be gradual, and all those currently involved in Erasmus+ will be contacted directly. You can find out more by downloading the factsheet (200 KB).