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 organisations to carry out learning mobility activities in the field of youth. Applicant organisations must hold a valid Erasmus Youth Accreditation.
Erasmus accreditations are a tool for organisations that want to open up to cross-border exchange and cooperation, foster youth participation and support capacity building of youth workers and youth work organisations through learning mobility activities. The Erasmus Youth accreditation facilitates youth learning mobility by providing accredited organisations with a simplified and flexible alternative format for implementing activities.
In the field of youth, the Erasmus accreditation aims to:
Activities to be funded under this topic:
Additionally, the following activities can be implemented:
Description and eligibility criteria for each of these activities are defined under the relevant sections of the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.
Organisations holding a valid Erasmus Youth accreditation at the application deadline.
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:
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.