In 2014 the new European program Erasmus+ replaces all previous programs (Comenius, Grundtvig, Lingua, etc.).
Erasmus+ Scholarships are part of the Europe 2020 strategy, the Education and Training 2020 strategy and the Rethinking Education strategy and encompasses all initiatives in education, training, youth and sport.
The educational materials cover all levels: school, vocational training, higher education and adult education.
Erasmus+ will integrate existing programs into one: the Lifelong Learning Programme, the international higher education programs Mundus, Tempus, Alfa, Edulink and bilateral programs as well as the Youth in Action Program.
The new program focuses on formal and informal learning beyond the borders of the EU, with a clear international emphasis. Open to third party countries, the aim is to improve the educational and training capacities of individuals to enhance the employability of students, teachers and workers.
The Erasmus+ Scholarships are intended for teachers who are resident in European Union member countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Switzerland and Macedonia. These scholarships are able to cover most of the costs of travel, accommodation and the course.
The Erasmus program+ does not now allow applications by individual teachers. All applications have to be managed directly by the institutions.
We are very keen to identify partners who would be looking to develop a long term relationship moving forward. We are pleased to confirm the following details in support of an application:
PIC code: 946576247
Business registration Data: B79020368
Street name and house number: Calle Marqués de Cubas,8
Region/County: Comunidad de Madrid
Postal Code: 28014
Main Phone: +34915322715
Where can I get more information?
Erasmus+ homepage – European Commission
How do I apply for the grant?
Contact the National Agency for Erasmus+ in your country or the Executive Agency (EACEA) in Brussels
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