Erasmus+ is the EU funding programme for education, training, youth and sport for the period 2021-2027. Read more about ERASMUS+ here.
This action supports adult education providers and other organisations active in the field of adult education that want to organise learning mobility activities for adult education staff. Applicant organisations must hold a valid Erasmus accreditation in the field of adult education.
This action supports adult education providers and other organisations active in the field of adult education that want to organise learning mobility activities for adult learners and education staff. A wide range of activities are supported, including job shadowing and professional development courses for staff, individual and group mobility of adult learners with fewer opportunities (in particular low-skilled adult learners), invited experts, and other activities as explained below. The participating organisations should actively promote inclusion and diversity, environmental sustainability and digital education through their activities. They should do so by using the specific funding opportunities provided by the Programme for these purposes, by raising awareness among their participants, by sharing best practices, and by choosing appropriate design for their activities.
Accredited projects for mobility of learners and staff are open only to organisations holding an Erasmus accreditation in the field of adult education. This special funding strand allows accredited organisations to regularly receive funding for mobility activities that contribute to the gradual implementation of their Erasmus Plan. Erasmus accreditations are open to all organisations that want to organise mobility activities on a regular basis. Previous experience in the Programme is not required to apply.
To find out more about this opportunity, please read the chapter in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide on Erasmus accreditation in the fields of adult education, vocational education and training, and school education.
Activities to be funded under this topic:
Most types of available activities are outgoing mobility activities. This means that the applicant organisation will act as a sending organisation: it will select participants and send them to a hosting organisation abroad. In addition, there are special types of activities that allow applicant organisations to invite experts, teachers and educators in training to their organisation. The purpose of incoming activities is not to create two-way exchanges, but rather to bring in persons who can help develop and internationalise the applicant organisation.
For a detailed list of activities and rules, see section ’Activities’ on page 116 of the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.
Organisations holding a valid Erasmus accreditation in adult education are eligible to apply.
Organisations holding an Erasmus accreditation for mobility consortium coordinators must apply for the mobility consortium format.
List of mobility consortium members must be provided as part of the application and must include at least one member organisation in addition to the coordinator.
Any organisation meeting the eligibility criteria for Erasmus accreditation in the same field can become a member of a mobility consortium. All planned consortium member organisations must be from the same EU member state or a third country associated to the Programme as the mobility consortium coordinator.
Consortium members are not required to have an Erasmus accreditation.
The quality of the applicant’s Erasmus Plan has been assessed at the accreditation application stage and therefore no qualitative assessment will take place at budget allocation stage. Any eligible grant application will receive funding.
The awarded grant amount will depend on a number of elements:
Detailed rules on basic and maximum grant, scoring of the allocation criteria, weighting of each criterion, the allocation method and, the budget available for accredited projects will be published by the National Agency ahead of the call deadline.
All accredited projects will have an initial duration of 15 months. After 12 months, all beneficiaries will have the possibility to prolong their project to a total duration of 24 months.