How to take part
The Erasmus+ target population is mainly made up of people active in the fields of education, training and youth (students, trainees, apprentices, students, adult learners, young people, volunteers, university or other level teachers, trainers, workers in the field of youth and professionals of organizations). The Program reaches these people through the organizations, institutions, agencies and groups that organize such activities.
The presentation and management of Erasmus + projects are carried out by the education and training organizations or institutions that represent the participants. When a project is selected, the organization or institutions of education and training that have submitted the application becomes the beneficiary of an Erasmus+ grant. Beneficiary organizations or institutions sign a grant agreement that entitles them to receive financial support for the realization of their project (grant agreements are not offered to individual participants).
Documentation and publications of the Erasmus + Programme - Source: ANPCDEFP (Agenția Națională pentru Programe Comunitare în Domeniul Educației și Formării Profesionale
- Have you ever wanted to live in another country and meet other cultures, new people and learn a foreign language?
- Have you ever thought about enriching your study period and having more opportunities to find work in the future?
- Have you wanted to share your ideas and carry out great projects with students from all over the world?
- Have you ever dreamed of doing an internship abroad, learning to work cooperatively?
- Have you ever heard that life is not the same after Erasmus+?
Then buckle up and get ready to join in the ERASMUS+ programme
In addition to the Erasmus+ program for students in higher education, there are many mobility opportunities in Europe and beyond: study, work or volunteer. A short stay or a life-changing year, find some of the lesser-known opportunities on the Erasmus+ website!