2019 Erasmus+ October Deadline Everything you need to know

2019 Erasmus+ October Deadline
Everything you need to know

Mark your calendar, it is almost October! If you are a project manager or project designer, you know well that the 2019 Erasmus+ deadline is approaching.

Erasmus+ has a budget of almost 15 billion euros that supports sport, youth, education and training. Erasmus+ is designed not only for students, but for individuals and for organizations as well. It is a great opportunity for your organization to build international network, implement projects with foreign partners and have an impressive portfolio.

Why miss this opportunity? Let’s see what Erasmus+ offers you and what you need to know to get the funding.

We have already discussed what steps you should take to write an outstanding project proposal (see our previous post https://ormasite.it/guide-how-to-write-a-great-project-proposal/) and it is time to submit the project you have been working on.

Erasmus+ Calls- Deadline 1/10/2019

  • Erasmus+ Key Action 2:

It aims to support cooperation and exchanges between Programme and Partner Countries (for more information please visit the website of the European Commission: https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/about/who-can-take-part_en), to give recognition of youth work, and non-formal learning (enhances the transnational non-formal learning mobility between Partner Countries with a focus on the underprivileged.) and to promote volunteering, furthermore to improve the education systems that are more compatible with the labor market.

  • Activity: strategic partnership
  • Co-operation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
  • At least three partners from different countries
  • Duration: 9 months-24 months
  • Sector: youth

  • Erasmus+ Key Action 3:

Structured Dialogue aims to involve the youth in active participation in democratic life and encourages debate regarding issues that the young people are affected by. It helps develop policies such as the EU Youth Strategy. (Please visit the website of the European Commission https://ec.europa.eu/youth/policy/youth-strategy_en)

  • Activity: Structured Dialogue
  • Support for policy reform
  • At least two partners from two different countries. Organizations intending to apply for national meetings must involve one organization from a Programme Country.
  • Sector: Youth

Submit your proposal today!

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