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Education, Training, Youth and
Sport:ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
EUrOPA PROMpT
By Nicoleta Susanu
Education, Training, Youth and Sport:
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
Erasmus for All would replace seven existing programmes
wi...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
 According to COM(2010)2020 Final, 3.3.2010 Education
and training are at the core of Europe 20...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
General objective of the Programme part 1
 The Programme aims to contribute to the objectives o...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
General objective of the Programme part 2
 It particularly aims to contribute to reach the foll...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
specific objective 1
To improve the level of key
competences and skills regarding in
particular ...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
specific objective 2
 To foster quality improvements, innovation excellence
and internationalis...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
specific objective 3
 To promote the emergence of a European lifelong
learning area, trigger po...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
specific objective 4
 To enhance the international dimension of education,
training and youth n...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 specific
objective 5
 To improve the teaching and learning of languages and
promote linguistic ...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 specific
objective 6
 To promote excellence in teaching and research activities
in European int...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
specific objective 7
 To tackle transnational threats to sport such as doping,
match fixing, vi...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
specific objective 8
 To support good governance in sport and dual careers of
athletes
EUrOPA P...
ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020
specific objective 9
 To promote social inclusion, equal opportunities and
health-enhancing phy...
SIMPLIFICATION part 1
 Within the context of the Multiannual Financial
Framework (MFF), one of the priority of this
Progr...
SIMPLIFICATION part 2
 To reach this simplification, the following
measures will be implemented
1. Rationalisation of the...
SIMPLIFICATION part 3
3. The use of lump sum and flat rate grants/grants
based on unit costs will be generalized to a
maxi...
SIMPLIFICATION part 4
4. Programme beneficiaries will supply the necessary
management information in their grant applicati...
SIMPLIFICATION part 5
5. The reduced number of actions will be supported with
electronic forms for application and reporti...
SIMPLIFICATION part 6
 For the minority of actions for which grants may
remain based (in part) on real costs, simplificat...
SIMPLIFICATION part 7
 The following funding models and simplification
measures for grants are envisaged:
1. Simplified r...
SIMPLIFICATION part 8
5. The possibility of using unit personnel costs
(average personnel costs) for beneficiaries for
whi...
«Erasmus for all» will include 3
subprogrammes
Education
and
training
Youth
Sport
EUrOPA PROMpT
Jean
Monnet
Education and training
 Education and training at all levels, in a lifelong
learning perspective, from school education t...
2 YOUTH
 Youth, in particular non-formal and informal learning
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SPORT
 Sport, in particular grassroots sport
EUrOPA PROMpT
Loan guarantees for master's degree students
Through Erasmus+, the EU will guarantee loans of up to
€12,000 (for one year)...
General objective of the Education and
training subprogramme part 1
1. To improve the level of key competences and
skills ...
Related indicators objective 1
• % of participants who have increased their key
competences and/or their skills relevant f...
General objective of the General objective
of the Education and training part 2
2. To foster quality improvements, innovat...
Related indicator
 % of organisations that have participated in the
Programme and that have developed/adopted
innovative ...
General objective of the Education and
training part 3
3. To promote the emergence of a European lifelong
learning area, t...
Related indicator
Number of Member States making use of the results of the
Open Methods of Coordination in their national ...
General objective of the Education and
training part 4
To enhance the international dimension of education,
training and y...
Related indicator
 Number of non EU higher education institutions involved
in the mobility and cooperation actions
EUrOPA...
General objective of the Education and
training part 5
5.To improve the teaching and learning of languages and
promote lin...
General objective of the Education and
training part 6
6.To promote excellence in teaching and research
activities in Euro...
Actions of the Education and training
programme
KEY1
Learning
mobility of
individuals
KEY2
Cooperation
for
innovation
and ...
Key 1 Education and Training programme
Learning mobility of individuals part 1
Learning mobility of individuals action sha...
Key 1 Education and Training programme
Learning mobility of individuals part 2
 the mobility of staff, within the partici...
Key 1 Education and Training programme
Learning mobility of individuals part 3
 This action will also support the interna...
KEY2 Education and Training programme
part 1 Cooperation for innovation and good practices
Cooperation for innovation and ...
Education and Training programme part 2:
Cooperation for innovation and good practices action shall support
 Knowledge Al...
Education and Training programme part 3
Cooperation for innovation and good practices action shall support
 Sector Skills...
Education and Training programme part 4
Cooperation for innovation and good practices action shall support
 IT support pl...
KEY 3 Education and Training programme
Support for policy reform
Support for policy reform action shall include the act th...
Jean Monnet activities part 1
Jean Monnet aims are to:
 promote teaching and research on European
integration world-wide ...
Jean Monnet activities part 2
 support the activities of academic institutions or
associations active in the field of Eur...
Youth subprogramme specific objectives part 1
 to improve the level of key competences and skills of
young people, includ...
Youth subprogramme specific objectives
part 2
 to foster quality improvements in youth work,
notably through enhanced coo...
Youth subprograme specific objectives part 3
 to support European cooperation and complement
policy reforms at local, reg...
Youth activities
Cooperation
for innovation
and good
practices
Support for policy
reform
Learning
mobility of
individuals
...
Learning mobility of individuals in Youth
programme
Learning mobility of individuals shall support:
 the mobility of youn...
Cooperation for innovation and good practices
shall support in Youth programme
 strategic partnerships between organisati...
Support for policy reform
shall support in Youth programme
 activities linked to the implementation of the Union policy
a...
Sport suprogramme:Specific Objectives
 In line with the general objective and with the Union work plan
for sport, the Pro...
Provisional budget part 1
 The financial envelope for the implementation of this
Programme as from 1 January 2014 is set ...
Provisional budget part 2
 An indicative amount of EUR 1 812 100 00029 from the
different external instruments (Developme...
Provisional budget part 3
 The EUR 17 299 000 000 will be indicatively divided as
follows:
 [65%] of this amount is allo...
Eligible countries part 1
 the Member States;
 the acceding countries, candidate countries and potential
candidates bene...
Eligible countries part 2
 the EFTA States that are party to the EEA Agreement, in
accordance with the provisions of that...
Possible synergy with other relevant instruments
 Erasmus for all is not the only Union programme involved
in education a...
Possible synergy with other relevant instruments
 The synergy between the instruments will be ensured through a
clear dis...
Susanu Nicoleta
EU Project Manager
email: europapromt@gmail.com
EUrOPA PROMpT
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  1. 1. Education, Training, Youth and Sport:ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 EUrOPA PROMpT By Nicoleta Susanu
  2. 2. Education, Training, Youth and Sport: ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 Erasmus for All would replace seven existing programmes with one: it brings together the existing Lifelong Learning Programme (Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Comenius and Grundtvig), Youth in Action, and five international cooperation programmes (Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Alfa, Edulink and the programme for cooperation with industrialised countries). EUrOPA PROMpT
  3. 3. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020  According to COM(2010)2020 Final, 3.3.2010 Education and training are at the core of Europe 2020 Strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, and of the Integrated guidelines for the economic and employment policies of the Member States.  Five of the Europe 2020 flagships depend on the modernization of education and training: Youth on the Move, Agenda for New Skills and Jobs, as well as the Digital Agenda, Innovation Union and the Platform Against Poverty. EUrOPA PROMpT
  4. 4. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 General objective of the Programme part 1  The Programme aims to contribute to the objectives of the Europe 2020 strategy and of the Education and Training strategic framework 2020 (ET2020), including the corresponding benchmarks established in those instruments, to renewed framework for European Cooperation in the Youth field (2010- 2018), to the sustainable development of third countries in the field of higher education and to developing the European dimension in sport. EUrOPA PROMpT
  5. 5. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 General objective of the Programme part 2  It particularly aims to contribute to reach the following Europe 2020 headline targets:  Reduction of early school leaving rates;  Increase of 30-34 years old students having completed third level of education EUrOPA PROMpT
  6. 6. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 specific objective 1 To improve the level of key competences and skills regarding in particular their relevance for the labour market and society, as well as the participation of young people in democratic life in Europe, notably through increased learning mobility opportunities for young people, learners, staff and youth workers, and through and through strengthened cooperation between education youth and the world of labour market. EUrOPA PROMpT
  7. 7. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 specific objective 2  To foster quality improvements, innovation excellence and internationalisation at the level of educational institutions, as well as in youth work, notably through enhanced transnational cooperation between education and training providers/youth organisations and other stakeholders. EUrOPA PROMpT
  8. 8. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 specific objective 3  To promote the emergence of a European lifelong learning area, trigger policy reforms at national level, support the modernisation of education and training systems, including nonformal learning, and support European cooperation in the youth field, notably through enhanced policy cooperation, better use of recognition and transparency tools and the dissemination of good practices EUrOPA PROMpT
  9. 9. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 specific objective 4  To enhance the international dimension of education, training and youth notably in higher education by increasing the attractiveness of the Union higher education institutions and supporting the Union development objectives through the promotion of mobility and cooperation between EU and third country higher education institutions and targeted capacity building in third countries EUrOPA PROMpT
  10. 10. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 specific objective 5  To improve the teaching and learning of languages and promote linguistic diversity EUrOPA PROMpT
  11. 11. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 specific objective 6  To promote excellence in teaching and research activities in European integration through the Jean Monnet activities worldwide. EUrOPA PROMpT
  12. 12. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 specific objective 7  To tackle transnational threats to sport such as doping, match fixing, violence, racism and intolerance. EUrOPA PROMpT
  13. 13. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 specific objective 8  To support good governance in sport and dual careers of athletes EUrOPA PROMpT
  14. 14. ERASMUS FOR ALL 2014-2020 specific objective 9  To promote social inclusion, equal opportunities and health-enhancing physical activity through increased participation in sport. EUrOPA PROMpT
  15. 15. SIMPLIFICATION part 1  Within the context of the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), one of the priority of this Programme is to emphasise streamlining, simplification and a performance-based allocation of funds.  The Programme will reduce the number of activities supported. It will use more flat rate grants to increase efficiency; successful examples such as the lump sum grants for Erasmus student mobility will be widely used for mobility actions. National Agencies will no longer manage individual mobility and thereby reducing the administrative workload EUrOPA PROMpT
  16. 16. SIMPLIFICATION part 2  To reach this simplification, the following measures will be implemented 1. Rationalisation of the programme structure and actions: drastic reduction of the number of different actions with different management rules; the back office should be unified and streamlined across actions 2. For cooperation projects and support to policy reform, a stronger focus will be put on outputs, allowing increasing lump sum grants. Where grants will be based on real costs, the grant contribution will be essentially to direct costs EUrOPA PROMpT
  17. 17. SIMPLIFICATION part 3 3. The use of lump sum and flat rate grants/grants based on unit costs will be generalized to a maximum extent. Grants to individuals for learning mobility actions will take the form of lump sum grants without exception. Reporting and control will thus focus on the realization of the supported activity and the achieved results rather than on the eligibility of costs incurred, reducing the workload and scope for error of both programme participants and managing bodies EUrOPA PROMpT
  18. 18. SIMPLIFICATION part 4 4. Programme beneficiaries will supply the necessary management information in their grant application and their reports. Reporting requirements will be proportional to the size of the grant, the duration and complexity of the supported action. Indicators are set in the legal basis in order to provide a stable basis for the collection and exploitation of data in view of monitoring and reporting. EUrOPA PROMpT
  19. 19. SIMPLIFICATION part 5 5. The reduced number of actions will be supported with electronic forms for application and reporting by beneficiaries. This will facilitate the collection and exploitation of data for monitoring and reporting, both at national and Union level. EUrOPA PROMpT
  20. 20. SIMPLIFICATION part 6  For the minority of actions for which grants may remain based (in part) on real costs, simplification of grant management should come in particular from redefining eligible costs and limiting the Union contribution to specific types of direct costs, in line with the recommendations of a DG EAC internal audit of error rate in direct management. EUrOPA PROMpT
  21. 21. SIMPLIFICATION part 7  The following funding models and simplification measures for grants are envisaged: 1. Simplified reimbursement of real direct costs; 2. Clear definition of direct personnel costs, for providing legal certainty to beneficiaries and for reducing errors 3. Legal certainty with regard to time-recording by providing a clear and simple set of minimum conditions in the rules for participation; 4. Abolition of time-recording obligations for staff working to 100% on the Union project; EUrOPA PROMpT
  22. 22. SIMPLIFICATION part 8 5. The possibility of using unit personnel costs (average personnel costs) for beneficiaries for which this is their usual accounting method; 6. One single flat rate covering indirect costs, applied to the direct personnel costs only. 7. For actions managed by the executive agency, use of audit certificates for grants above a threshold, by which auditors will certify the legality and conformity of the financial reports; EUrOPA PROMpT
  23. 23. «Erasmus for all» will include 3 subprogrammes Education and training Youth Sport EUrOPA PROMpT Jean Monnet
  24. 24. Education and training  Education and training at all levels, in a lifelong learning perspective, from school education through to vocational education and training (VET), higher education and adult education EUrOPA PROMpT
  25. 25. 2 YOUTH  Youth, in particular non-formal and informal learning EUrOPA PROMpT
  26. 26. SPORT  Sport, in particular grassroots sport EUrOPA PROMpT
  27. 27. Loan guarantees for master's degree students Through Erasmus+, the EU will guarantee loans of up to €12,000 (for one year) or €18,000 (for two years) to students who wish to pursue Master degree in another country. This new system will in no case replace grant or loan systems that already exist or could be established at national level, MEPs stressed. EUrOPA PROMpT
  28. 28. General objective of the Education and training subprogramme part 1 1. To improve the level of key competences and skills regarding in particular their relevance for the labour market and society, as well as the participation of young people in democratic life in Europe, notably through increased learning mobility opportunities for young people, learners, staff and youth workers, and through strengthened cooperation between education youth and the world of labour market; EUrOPA PROMpT
  29. 29. Related indicators objective 1 • % of participants who have increased their key competences and/or their skills relevant for their employability; • % of young participants declaring being better prepared to participate in social and political life EUrOPA PROMpT
  30. 30. General objective of the General objective of the Education and training part 2 2. To foster quality improvements, innovation excellence and internationalisation at the level of educational institutions, as well as in youth work, notably through enhanced transnational cooperation between education and training providers/youth organisations and other stakeholders; EUrOPA PROMpT
  31. 31. Related indicator  % of organisations that have participated in the Programme and that have developed/adopted innovative methods EUrOPA PROMpT
  32. 32. General objective of the Education and training part 3 3. To promote the emergence of a European lifelong learning area, trigger policy reforms at national level, support the modernisation of education and training systems, including non-formal learning, and support European cooperation in the youth field, notably through enhanced policy cooperation, better use of recognition and transparency tools and the dissemination of good practices; EUrOPA PROMpT
  33. 33. Related indicator Number of Member States making use of the results of the Open Methods of Coordination in their national policy developments EUrOPA PROMpT
  34. 34. General objective of the Education and training part 4 To enhance the international dimension of education, training and youth notably in higher education by increasing the attractiveness of the Union higher education institutions and supporting the Union external action, including its development objectives through the promotion of mobility and cooperation between EU and third country higher education institutions and targeted capacity building in third countries. EUrOPA PROMpT
  35. 35. Related indicator  Number of non EU higher education institutions involved in the mobility and cooperation actions EUrOPA PROMpT
  36. 36. General objective of the Education and training part 5 5.To improve the teaching and learning of languages and promote linguistic diversity;  Related indicator: % of participants who have increased their language skills EUrOPA PROMpT
  37. 37. General objective of the Education and training part 6 6.To promote excellence in teaching and research activities in European integration through the Jean Monnet activities worldwide Related indicator: Number of students receiving training through Jean Monnet activities EUrOPA PROMpT
  38. 38. Actions of the Education and training programme KEY1 Learning mobility of individuals KEY2 Cooperation for innovation and good practices KEY3 Support for policy reform. EUrOPA PROMpT
  39. 39. Key 1 Education and Training programme Learning mobility of individuals part 1 Learning mobility of individuals action shall support:  the mobility of higher education students and vocational education and training students and apprentices between the participating countries; This mobility may take the form of studying at a partner institution or traineeships or apprenticeships abroad. EUrOPA PROMpT
  40. 40. Key 1 Education and Training programme Learning mobility of individuals part 2  the mobility of staff, within the participating countries. This mobility may take the form of teaching or taking part in professional development activities abroad. EUrOPA PROMpT
  41. 41. Key 1 Education and Training programme Learning mobility of individuals part 3  This action will also support the international mobility of students and staff to and from third countries as regards higher education, including mobility organised on the basis of joint, double or multiple degrees of high quality or joint calls EUrOPA PROMpT
  42. 42. KEY2 Education and Training programme part 1 Cooperation for innovation and good practices Cooperation for innovation and good practices action shall support:  strategic partnerships between organisations and/or institutions involved in education and training or other relevant sectors, aimed at developing and implementing joint initiatives and promoting peer learning and exchanges of experience EUrOPA PROMpT
  43. 43. Education and Training programme part 2: Cooperation for innovation and good practices action shall support  Knowledge Alliances between in particular higher education institutions and the world of work aimed at promoting creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship by offering relevant learning opportunities, including developing new curricula; EUrOPA PROMpT
  44. 44. Education and Training programme part 3 Cooperation for innovation and good practices action shall support  Sector Skills Alliances between education and training providers and the world of work aimed at promoting employability, contributing to creating new sector-specific or cross-sectoral curricula, developing innovative ways of vocational teaching and training and putting the Union transparency and recognition tools into practice. EUrOPA PROMpT
  45. 45. Education and Training programme part 4 Cooperation for innovation and good practices action shall support  IT support platforms, including e-Twinning, covering education and training sectors and allowing peer learning, virtual mobility and exchanges of best practices, and opening access for participants from neighbourhood countries. EUrOPA PROMpT
  46. 46. KEY 3 Education and Training programme Support for policy reform Support for policy reform action shall include the act the implementation of the Union's policy agenda on education and training, using the Open Method of Coordination, as well as activities relating to the Bologna and Copenhagen processes the implementation in participating countries of Union transparency and recognition tools (EQF, ECTS, ECVET, EQAVET, EQAR, ENQA) the National Academic Recognition Centres (NARIC), the Eurydice and Euroguidance, as well as the e-Twinning National Support Centres, the Europass National Centres, and the National Information Offices in the neighbourhood countries and acceding countries, candidate countries and potential candidates not fully participating in the Programme EUrOPA PROMpT
  47. 47. Jean Monnet activities part 1 Jean Monnet aims are to:  promote teaching and research on European integration world-wide among specialist academics, learners and citizens, notably through the creation of Jean Monnet Chairs and other academic activities, as well as by providing aid for other knowledge-building activities at higher education institutions; EUrOPA PROMpT
  48. 48. Jean Monnet activities part 2  support the activities of academic institutions or associations active in the field of European integration studies and support a Jean Monnet label for excellence.  support the following European academic institutions pursuing an aim of European interest;  the European University Institute of Florence;  the College of Europe (Bruges and Natolin campuses);  promote policy debate and exchanges between the academic world and policymakers on Union policy priorities. EUrOPA PROMpT
  49. 49. Youth subprogramme specific objectives part 1  to improve the level of key competences and skills of young people, including those with fewer opportunities, as well as to promote their participation in democratic life in Europe and the labour market, their active citizenship, social inclusion and solidarity, notably through increased learning mobility opportunities for young people, those active in youth work or youth organisations and youth leaders, and through strengthened links between the youth field and the labour market; EUrOPA PROMpT
  50. 50. Youth subprogramme specific objectives part 2  to foster quality improvements in youth work, notably through enhanced cooperation between organisations in the youth field and/or other stakeholders; EUrOPA PROMpT
  51. 51. Youth subprograme specific objectives part 3  to support European cooperation and complement policy reforms at local, regional and national level in the youth field, the development of knowledge and evidence-based youth policy and the recognition of non-formal and informal learning, notably through enhanced policy cooperation, better use of Union transparency and recognition tools and the dissemination of good practices EUrOPA PROMpT
  52. 52. Youth activities Cooperation for innovation and good practices Support for policy reform Learning mobility of individuals EUrOPA PROMpT
  53. 53. Learning mobility of individuals in Youth programme Learning mobility of individuals shall support:  the mobility of young people in non-formal and informal learning activities between the participating countries. This mobility may take the form of youth exchanges and volunteering through the European Voluntary Service;  the mobility of those active in youth work or youth organisations and youth leaders. This mobility may take the form of training and networking activities; This action will also support the international mobility of young people, those active in youth work or youth organisations and youth leaders, to and from third countries EUrOPA PROMpT
  54. 54. Cooperation for innovation and good practices shall support in Youth programme  strategic partnerships between organisations involved in the youth field, aimed at implementing joint initiatives, including youth initiatives and citizenship projects, and aimed at developing active citizenship, participation in democratic life and entrepreneurship, through peer learning and exchanges of experience;  IT support platforms in the youth field and allowing peer learning, knowledge-based youth work and exchanges of best practices EUrOPA PROMpT
  55. 55. Support for policy reform shall support in Youth programme  activities linked to the implementation of the Union policy agenda in the youth field, using the Open Method of Coordination;  implementation in the participating countries of Union transparency and recognition tools, notably the Youthpass, and support for EU-wide networks and European youth NGOs;  policy dialogue with relevant European stakeholders in the youth field, including the structured dialogue with young people;  the European Youth Forum, resource centres for the development of youth work and the Eurodesk network. EUrOPA PROMpT
  56. 56. Sport suprogramme:Specific Objectives  In line with the general objective and with the Union work plan for sport, the Programme shall mainly focus on grassroots sport and shall pursue the following specific objectives in the field of sport:  to tackle cross-border threats to sport such as doping, match fixing, violence, racism and intolerance;  to promote and support good governance in sport and dual careers of athletes;  to promote voluntary activities in sport, as well as social inclusion, equal opportunities and health-enhancing physical activity through increased participation in sport EUrOPA PROMpT
  57. 57. Provisional budget part 1  The financial envelope for the implementation of this Programme as from 1 January 2014 is set at EUR 17 299 000 000.  EUR 16 741 738 000 for actions in the field of education, training and youth  EUR 318 435 000 for the Jean Monnet activities  EUR 238 827 000 for actions relating to Sport EUrOPA PROMpT
  58. 58. Provisional budget part 2  An indicative amount of EUR 1 812 100 00029 from the different external instruments (Development Cooperation Instrument, European Neighbourhood Instrument, Instrument for Preaccession Assistance, Partnership Instrument and the European development Fund), will be allocated to actions of learning mobility to or from countries other than those as referred to in Eligible countries and to cooperation and policy dialogue with authorities/institutions/organisations from these countries EUrOPA PROMpT
  59. 59. Provisional budget part 3  The EUR 17 299 000 000 will be indicatively divided as follows:  [65%] of this amount is allocated to learning mobility of individuals;  [26%] of this amount is allocated to cooperation for innovation and good practices;  [4%] of this amount is allocated to support for policy reform.  [3%] of this amount will cover operating grants to National Agencies  [2%] of this amount will cover administrative expenditures. EUrOPA PROMpT
  60. 60. Eligible countries part 1  the Member States;  the acceding countries, candidate countries and potential candidates benefiting from a pre-accession strategy, in accordance with the general principles and general terms and conditions for the participation of those countries in Union programmes established in the respective Framework Agreements, Association Council Decisions or similar agreements; EUrOPA PROMpT
  61. 61. Eligible countries part 2  the EFTA States that are party to the EEA Agreement, in accordance with the provisions of that Agreement;  the Swiss Confederation, provided that a bilateral agreement foreseeing its participation is concluded with that country The Programme shall support the cooperation with partners from third countries, notably partners from neighbourhood countries EUrOPA PROMpT
  62. 62. Possible synergy with other relevant instruments  Erasmus for all is not the only Union programme involved in education and youth fields. Structural Funds and the future Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme are also strongly committed to Union 2020 strategy and its related headlines targets on higher education and early school leaving in particular. EUrOPA PROMpT
  63. 63. Possible synergy with other relevant instruments  The synergy between the instruments will be ensured through a clear distinction in the types of investments/ target groups supported: education infrastructure will be supported by ERDF, people on labour market training and adult learners' mobility by ESF, researchers' mobility by Horizon 2020. Furthermore, Erasmus for all supports only transnational projects, whereas focus of structural funds is within a national or regional dimension.  Complementarity with Horizon 2020 will be of high relevance for Higher Education, including its international dimension where excellence and research in universities will be reinforced. EUrOPA PROMpT
  64. 64. Susanu Nicoleta EU Project Manager email: europapromt@gmail.com EUrOPA PROMpT
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