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Overview of the Erasmus+ programme in 2018

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Are you looking for an overview of Erasmus+ opportunities and the 2018 Call? This presentation was first delivered during our autumn information session events. For more information visit our website: https://www.erasmusplus.org.uk/apply-for-funding

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Overview of the Erasmus+ programme in 2018

  1. 1. • Giving you an overview of Erasmus+ in the UK • Covering opportunities for all sectors of education, training and youth • Introducing you to the UK National Agency and the support we can offer you • An opportunity for networking
  2. 2. Overview of Erasmus+ and news update • Newcomers workshop • Key Action 1 workshop • Key Action 2/3 workshop Lunch • Key Action 1 workshop (repeated) • Key Action 2/3 workshop (repeated) • Informal drop-in session
  3. 3. • Partnership between the British Council and Ecorys UK • Integrated approach to promotion and management of the programme • Clear split of responsibilities by sector and project type
  4. 4. • Programme is open to organisations active in education, training and youth • Applications from individuals are not allowed • Some youth projects allow informal groups of young people to apply
  5. 5. • Your organisation does not have to be an educational institution to take part in Erasmus+ • Your organisation must be legally constituted in order to take part in the programme - this definition varies across the UK • Sole traders, partnerships and unincorporated associations are – with limited exception - not eligible to apply for Erasmus+ funding. Please check with us for more details
  6. 6. • Programme Countries can participate in all activities • Partner Countries can also participate but only in certain activities • Full list of different categories of countries and any restrictions on participation are in the Programme Guide
  7. 7. Member States of the European Union Belgium Greece Lithuania Portugal Bulgaria Spain Luxembourg Romania Czech Republic France Hungary Slovenia Denmark Croatia Malta Slovakia Germany Italy Netherlands Finland Estonia Cyprus Austria Sweden Ireland Latvia Poland United Kingdom Non-EU Programme Countries former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Iceland Norway Liechtenstein Turkey
  8. 8. Call for Proposals document sets out deadlines and activities Programme Guide contains detailed application information, priorities, project and activity durations and funding amounts
  9. 9. • To be considered as part of the wider negotiations • UK NA strongly supports continued membership of Erasmus+ and liaison with DfE is ongoing • Commitments made while the UK is a Member State will be underwritten by UK Government • The UK Erasmus+ website remains the most accurate source of information
  10. 10. • Increase in funding for the UK – a budget of €170M in 2018 • Changes to schools Key Action 2 partnerships • Introduction of the European Solidarity Corps • Expansion of Transnational Cooperation projects (TCA) to all sectors

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