Erasmus+ | Information
Information on Erasmus+ on dates, programme guides and forms available here:
Information on Erasmus + in Spain: http://www.sepie.es/
Erasmus+ in social networks:
Erasmus+ | Funding
Erasmus+ | Important dates
(*) Only countries for the programme.
Erasmus+ | Main Actions
Key Action 1: Mobility of individuals for study purposes.
- Personnel mobility: especially for teachers, trainers, managers and monitor for the Youth.
- Students’ mobility: technical college and higher education students.
- Mobility for joint Masters Degree.
- Movilidad for higher education.
- Voluntary and Exchange programmes for the Youth.
Key Action 2: Co-operation for Innovation and Exchange of Good Practices
- Stratigic partnership with educational and youth organizations.
- High level partnership between educational and training institutions and enterprises. Sectorial expertise Alliances
- Information technology platform ( EYP, e-twinning, EPALE)
- Cooperation among partner countries. ( capacity reinforcements)
Key Action 3: Support for Policy Reform
- Adult education and training, schools, and youth.
- Iniciative of support to policies.
- Support to European policies tools.
- Partnership with international organizations and Fellow Countries.
- Negotiations with parties involved and the promotion of policies and programme
Erasmus+ | Holders
At the Instituto Internacional de Idiomas we offer a compatible programme with the new educational strategy, 2020 Training and Rethinking Education with the beneficiaries of Erasmus+ being public and private entities working in the following fields:
- Academic training.
- The Youth.
- Mobility programmes for educational purposes, students, workers, as well as strategic partnership for the youth.
(*) Only organisations are able to apply for education and training funding under Erasmus+ Training, but individuals themselves are not eligible to apply.
For further information, get in touch with iiischools.
Erasmus+ | General information
Erasmus+ 2014 places a new focus on the current situation, propelling the skills and employability of over four million Europeans in education, training, youth and sport.
Erasmus+ contains a new structure to improve the system of grants, which ties with the programme and the EU political objectives. The grants available have increased by 40% up to €14,774 million.
National Agencies take on a major role and all the applications are to be carried out through the institutions.