What is Erasmus+ KA1?

Key Action 1:

Learning Mobility of Individuals or in other words Mobility of people for learning purposes.
This action promotes learning mobility opportunities for students and staff of education and training organisations and institutions.
In the case of students, the objectives pursued are to improve educational attainment, increase employability and enhance job prospects, as well as to broaden their personal development and participation in society.
For staff, the objectives are to improve their competences, increase their capacity to modernise the educational or training organisation of which they are part, and broaden their knowledge of other practices, policies and systems.
Organisations and institutions can send students and staff members to participating countries, or host students and staff members from participating countries, and organise teaching, training, learning and volunteering activities.

Erasmus+ programme countries are the EU Member States, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey. In addition, Erasmus+ incorporates a strong international dimension, i.e. collaboration with partner countries around the world in the field of higher education.

Steps to apply for an Erasmus+ grant

The Erasmus+ Programme Guide, which can be downloaded from the European Commission website, is essential for understanding the Erasmus+ programme and provides participating organisations and individuals with a comprehensive list of the opportunities supported by the programme.
It provides organisations and individuals with a complete list of the opportunities supported by the programme. It contains all the programme basics, funding available for the different, actions and detailed information on participation.

By downloading the document on the Eur-LEX portal the Erasmus+ Call 2022 you will find all the information about deadlines and budgets for 2022.
When reading the Erasmus+ 2022 Programme Guide, remember that it consists of four main parts:

  • Part A provides an overview of the Erasmus+ Programme, with information on the objectives, priorities and main features of the Erasmus+ Programme, the participating countries, the implementing structures and the overall budget available.
  • Part B provides specific information on the Actions of the Erasmus+ Programme 2021-2027 covered by this Guide, aimed at those interested in knowing in more detail what types of projects are supported by the Erasmus+ Programme.
  • Part C provides detailed information on the project application and selection procedures, as well as the financial and administrative arrangements related to the award of an Erasmus+ grant.
  • Part D provides a glossary of useful terms.

From 2019, KA101, KA102, KA103 and KA104 projects must be submitted via the Erasmus+ Applications web forms.If you are interested in applying in the next Erasmus+ deadline, please consider partnering with the Erasmus Plus Institute.  In 2022-2023 we have a wide range of courses on offer that can be taken in such attractive destinations as Alicante (Spain) and Valletta (Malta).

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