The European Commission has officially announced the opening of a new Erasmus + Program for 2021-2027. The activities of the Program will focus on three areas – education and professional development; young people; sports.
The main goals of the Program will be:
promoting academic mobility in the field of education and professional development;
promoting non-formal and informal learning mobility in the youth field;
promoting the educational mobility of sports personnel.
With a budget of over € 26 billion, the new international program will be more inclusive, digital, and environmentally friendly.
At the same time, the new Program will work on the development of cooperation, quality, inclusion, creativity, and innovation at the organizational level and the implementation of strategies in the field of education, professional development, youth, and sports.
Also, Erasmus + will support the teaching, training, and research of European integration for 2021-2027, in particular on the future challenges and opportunities of the European Union within the framework of Jean Monnet.
The program will also support new flagship initiatives, such as European universities, the Erasmus Teachers’ Academy, the Centers for Excellence in Vocational Education, and the Open EU.
The competition program for 2021 for organizations was also announced and the Program Guide was updated.
The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine together with the National Erasmus + Office in Ukraine is preparing a series of seminars on opportunities open to Ukraine.
Erasmus + is a European Union program supporting projects of cooperation, partnership, activities, and mobility in the field of education, training, youth, and sports for youth workers, students (junior bachelors, bachelors, masters, graduate students), university staff, representatives of the state, public and the private sector.
The database of Erasmus + projects for Ukraine is available on the website of the National Erasmus + Office in Ukraine. Read more about the EU Erasmus + Program on the website of the National Erasmus + Office in Ukraine and on the Facebook page.