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Erasmus+, the new EU programme for education, training, youth and sport

Erasmus+, the new EU programme for education, training, youth and sport

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    • Date: in 12 pts The new EU programme for education, training, youth and sport €14.7 billion Ref. Ares(2014)882723 - 24/03/2014
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture WHY? HOW? WHAT? WHEN? WHAT? Is Erasmus+
    • Date: in 12 pts ERASMUS+ A SIMPLERSIMPLER, INTEGRATED PROGRAMME Erasmus Grundtvig Leonardo Comenius Youth in Action Erasmus Mundus Tempus Alfa Edulink 2007-2013 2014-2020 Erasmus+ Learning Mobility Co- operation Policy support Jean Monnet Sport PCICFHE
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture WHY? HOW? WHAT? WHEN? WHY? A new program
    • Date: in 12 pts WHY ERASMUS+? 5.7 million unemployed young people 20% of 15 year olds lack basic literacy skills Constant rapid change: technology, global competition for talent 2 million job vacancies in Europe 1/3 of employers struggle to find staff PROBLEM:PROBLEM: SKILLS GAPS and MISMATCHES
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture WHY? HOW? WHAT? WHEN? GREATERGREATER IMPACT Making education, training and youth systems more relevant Impact on 3 levels: – Skills of individuals – Institutions & organisations – Education, training & youth systems
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture WHY? HOW? WHAT? WHEN? HOW? Is it going to work
    • Date: in 12 pts ERASMUS+ 2014-2020 Total budget: €14.7 billion, 40% budget increase Erasmus+ 1 Learning Mobility 2 Cooperation 3 Policy support Jean Monnet Sport 2 million higher education students 650,000 vocational education and training students 800,000 staff of all fields 135,000 student & staff exchanges with partner countries 25,000 scholarships for Joint Master degree 200,000 Master student loans At least 63% Al least 28% 25,000 Strategic Partnerships with 125,000 institutions to cooperate in all fields 150 Knowledge Alliances set up by1500 HEIs and enterprises 150 Sector Skills Alliances set up by 2000 vocational education and training providers and enterprises
    • Date: in 12 pts ERASMUS+ 2014-2020 Breakdown of Education and Training budget by sectors
    • Date: in 12 pts Why is student mobility important? HE student mobility target by 2020 20% • Reduces by half the risk of long term unemployment • 20% more chances to get a managerial position after 10 years VET learners mobility target by 2020 6%
    • Date: in 12 pts All levels of higher education (Short cycle, Bachelor, Master, Doctoral levels) + recent graduates + all disciplines 3-12 months for studies in any programme country EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and fYRoM and to/from partner countries as of 2015 2-12 months for traineeships in an enterprise in any programme country (not open to partner countries in first 2 years) Each student can benefit up to 12 months per study cycle HE- Student credit mobility
    • Date: in 12 pts VET Student mobility Apprentices or upper secondary VET learners + recent graduates 2 weeks-12 months At a workplace or a VET school (with periods of work-based learning), in another Programme Country
    • Date: in 12 pts Who can apply? How to apply? Application to the National Agency by an accreditated HEI or VET organisation or consortium located in a Programme Country Students and VET learners to apply directly to their Higher Education Institution or VET organisation Student grant levels set by the National Agencies within the Min-Max set by the EC DEADLINE: 24 March
    • Date: in 12 pts HE and VET traineeships: a big added value for enterprises http://we-mean-business.europa.eu/ Benefit from trainees’ insights into their home culture, which can open doors to new markets and expand European dimensions See increased competitiveness and innovation, as trainees bring new skills, fresh enthusiasm and new working methods Road test potential future employees Benefit from a modern, outward looking image for your company First step towards closer long-term cooperation with education and training to better match your skill needs
    • Date: in 12 pts ERASMUS+ : betterbetter linguistic preparation
    • Date: in 12 pts ERASMUS+ : moremore staff mobility
    • Date: in 12 pts Scope Activities Duration (excl. Travel) open to prog. & partner countries open to prog. & partner countries Between Partner & Programme countries: 5 days-2 months Between Partner & Programme countries: 5 days-2 months Staff mobility abroad for teaching or training purposes Staff mobility abroad for teaching or training purposes Min. 8h of lecturing abroad Min. 8h of lecturing abroad Staff from enterprise encouraged to teach at HEIs Staff from enterprise encouraged to teach at HEIs Between Prog. Countries: 2 days-2 months Between Prog. Countries: 2 days-2 months Higher education staff mobility
    • Date: in 12 pts VET staff mobility programme countries programme countries 2 days-2 months 2 days-2 months Work placement or observation period in enterprise or VET organisation Work placement or observation period in enterprise or VET organisation Scope Activities Duration (excl. Travel)
    • Date: in 12 pts ERASMUS+: MORE COOPERATION FOR MORE INNOVATION Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnerships Towards new practices for higher quality in teaching and learning Better use of new technologies Stronger cooperation between fields and with the labour market
    • Date: in 12 pts Who? School Company University Evening school Local authority Youth organi- sation Youth organi- sation Guidanc e center SME Informal group ?? ?? ??
    • Date: in 12 pts Objectives?Objectives?
    • Date: in 12 pts Cross-sectorality encouraged in all activities Possibility to organise complementary types of mobility only if it supports the objectives of the project
    • Date: in 12 pts Who can apply? How to apply? Partnerships should involve the most appropriate and diverse range of relevant partners, depending on the nature of the activities, their size; etc. Partnerships can last 2 or 3 years Budget – unit costs: 2 years: up to 300.000€ 3 years: up to 450.000€ Application to the National Agency of the coordinating organisation DEADLINE: 30 April
    • Date: in 12 pts Sector Skills Alliances Aim: Main activities: To tackle skills gaps in an economic sector to increase its competitiveness in the long run To tackle skills gaps in an economic sector to increase its competitiveness in the long run Designing and delivering curricula responding to the needs of labour market and of the learners in economic sectors Designing and delivering curricula responding to the needs of labour market and of the learners in economic sectors Promoting work based learningPromoting work based learning Facilitating transparency & recognition of qualifications at EU level (European core curricula, European competence standards, ECVET, EQAVET) Facilitating transparency & recognition of qualifications at EU level (European core curricula, European competence standards, ECVET, EQAVET)
    • Date: in 12 pts Sector Skills Alliances • Minimum 9 partners from minimum 3 countries 3 categories: 1- VET providers 2- Sector - representative organisations 3- Bodies with regulatory function for VET systems • 6 eligible economic sectors
    • Date: in 12 pts Knowlegde Alliances
    • Date: in 12 pts Knowlegde Alliances
    • Date: in 12 pts Who can apply? How to apply? Partnerships should involve the most appropriate and diverse range of relevant partners, depending on the nature of the activities, their size; etc. Partnerships can last 2 or 3 years Budget – unit costs: between 500.000€ and 1.000.000€ Application to Education Audiovisual Culture Executive Agency DEADLINE: 3 April
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture WHY? HOW? WHAT? WHEN? So… Summing up…
    • Date: in 12 pts ESTIMATES 4 million people “Changing lives, opening minds”
    • Date: in 12 pts Call deadlines Education and Culture
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/index_en.htm
    • Date: in 12 pts FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus OR FIND US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter: #ErasmusPlus Facebook: Erasmus+ PHOTOS: ©SHUTTERSTOCK