Erasmus+ is a new approach to previous EU funding programmes in education and training. It provides a simpler and more streamlined approach, bringing together a range of different programmes and initiatives which were previously separated such as the Lifelong Learning Programme and Youth in Action.
Erasmus+ is an integrated programme covering all sectors of lifelong learning and is based around Key Actions or Actions.
The programme runs across all Member States of the European Union. Organisations based in Member States, together with those based in some other non-EU countries, can apply for Erasmus+ funding and can fully take part in all Erasmus+ funded projects or activities. These countries are known as Programme Countries. Other countries, known as Partner Countries, can participate in some Erasmus+ actions as partners but please check the eligibility criteria for each activity before applying. For a full list of countries, see participating countries.
International Office Fact Sheet for ERASMUS Partners
Moveonnet – Higher Education Worldwide
The House in Concept