With a budget of EUR 26.2 billion for the period 2021-2027, Erasmus+ is the EU programme for education, training, youth and sport.

It supports European education priorities, including digital education, and the new skills agenda for Europe. Other objectives of the programme are the strengthening of the European Pillar of Social Rights and the EU Youth Strategy 2019-2027.Like every EU programme, Erasmus+ has a strong focus on social inclusion, green and digital transition and promoting young people’s participation in democratic life.

Erasmus+ offers mobility and cooperation opportunities for higher education, vocational training, school education, adult education, youth and sport through three key actions.

Key Action 1 – Individual Mobility – supports learner and staff mobility as well as youth participation activities. A specific action, DiscoverEU, promotes a sense of belonging to the European Union among 18-year-olds. The programme also offers virtual language learning opportunities and online interpersonal activities to promote intercultural dialogue.

Key Action 2 – Co-operation between Organisations and Institutions – supports Partnerships for Co-operation, also of small operators. The overall objective of AC2 is to increase the quality of the activities of small operators by developing and strengthening their partnership networks and the internationalisation of their activities. Partnerships for Excellence are aimed at European universities and Centres of Professional Excellence. Finally, an Erasmus Mundus Action aims to promote excellence on a global scale by fostering the internationalisation of higher education institutions, as well as innovation and strategic collaboration between higher education/vocational training, business and research players (the so-called ‘knowledge triangle’). Some lines of the Eramus+ programme promote innovation, creativity and participation, as well as social entrepreneurship.

social entrepreneurship.

Finally, Key Action 3 supports policy-making and cooperation. Relevant to Key Action 3 are the European Youth Together actions, the conducting of European policy experiments, led by high-level public authorities, as well as European or international surveys and studies concerning data collection and knowledge about systems and policies in the fields of education, training, youth and sport.

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