Erasmus+ Call for Proposals to support Education, Training, Youth and Sport
The European Commission is calling proposals for the Erasmus+: the Union Programme for education, training, youth and sport.
The general objective of the Programme is to support, through lifelong learning, the educational, professional and personal development of people in education, training, youth and sport, in Europe and beyond, thereby contributing to sustainable growth, quality jobs and social cohesion, to driving innovation, and to strengthening European identity and active citizenship. As such, the Programme shall be a key instrument for building a European Education Area, supporting the implementation of the European strategic cooperation in the field of education and training, with its underlying sectoral agendas. In addition, it is key in advancing youth policy cooperation under the European Union Youth Strategy 2019-2027 and developing the European dimension in sport.
The Programme has the following specific objectives:
promote learning mobility of individuals and groups, as well as cooperation, quality, inclusion and equity, excellence, creativity and innovation at the level of organisations and policies in the field of education and training;
promote non-formal and informal learning mobility and active participation among young people, as well as cooperation, quality, inclusion, creativity and innovation at the level of organisations and policies in the field of youth;
promote learning mobility of sport staff, as well as cooperation, quality, inclusion, creativity and innovation at the level of sport organisations and sport policies.
This call for proposals covers the following actions of the Erasmus+ Programme:
Key Action 1 (KA1) – Learning mobility of individuals
Mobility of individuals in the fields of education, training and youth
Youth participation Activities
DiscoverEU – Inclusion Action
Virtual exchanges in higher education and youth
Key Action 2 (KA2) – Cooperation among organisations and institutions
Partnerships for Cooperation:
Partnerships for Excellence:
Centres for Vocational Excellence
Erasmus+ Teacher Academies
Erasmus Mundus Action
Partnerships for Innovation:
Alliances for innovation
Capacity building in higher education, vocational education and training, youth and sport
Not-for-profit European Sport Events
Key Action 3 (KA3) – Support to policy development and cooperation
European Youth Together
Jean Monnet actions:
Jean Monnet in the field of higher education
Jean Monnet in other fields of education and training
The total budget earmarked for this call for proposals is estimated at EUR 3 179 million:
Education and Training: EUR 2 813, 11 million
Youth: EUR 288, 13 million
Sport: EUR 51, 89 million
Jean Monnet: EUR 25, 8 million
EU Member States take part in the Erasmus+ Programme. In addition, in accordance with article 16 of the Erasmus+ Regulation, the following third countries are associated to the programme:
members of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) which are members of the European Economic Area (EEA): Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein;
acceding countries, candidate countries and potential candidates: Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Turkey and Republic of Serbia;
The EU Member States and the above mentioned third countries associated to the programme will be hereafter called “EU Member States and third countries associated to the Programme”.
In addition, in accordance with article 17 of the Regulation, entities from other third countries non-associated to the Programme can be eligible in Erasmus+ actions in duly justified cases and in the Union interest (hereafter called “third countries not associated to the Programme”).
Individuals constitute the main target population of the Programme. However, the Programme reaches these individuals mainly through organisations, institutions, bodies or groups that organise such activities. The conditions of access to the Programme therefore relate to these two actors: the “participants” (individuals participating in the Programme) and the “participating organisations” (including informal groups and self-employed persons). For both participants and participating organisations, the conditions for participation depend on the country in which they are based.
In general terms, the main target groups are:
For projects relevant for the field of higher education, the main targets are: higher education students (short cycle, first, second or third cycle), higher education teachers and professors, staff of higher education institutions, trainers and professionals in enterprises;
For projects relevant for the field of vocational education and training, the main targets are: apprentices and students in vocational education and training, professionals and trainers in vocational education and training, staff of initial vocational education and training organisations, trainers and professionals in enterprises;
For projects relevant for the field of school education, the main targets are: school leaders, school teachers and school staff, pupils in pre-primary, primary and secondary education;
For projects relevant for the field of adult education, the main targets are: members of non-vocational adult education organisations, trainers, staff and learners in non-vocational adult education;
For projects relevant for the youth field the main targets are: young people from 13 to 3015, youth workers, staff and members of organisations active in the youth field;
For projects relevant to the field of sport, the main targets are: professionals and volunteers in the field of sport, athletes and coaches.
Key Action 1
International Credit Mobility – 23 February 2022
Key Action 2
Capacity Building for Higher Education – 17 February 2022
Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters – 16 February 2022
Erasmus Mundus Design Measures – 16 February 2022
Key Action 3
Jean Monnet actions – 1 March 2022
For more information, visit http://www.erasmusplus.uz/news/The-Erasmus-Call-for-2022-has-been-published.htm