The Erasmus+ programme promotes work experience and exchanges for students and staff within Europe, and fosters collaboration among educational institutions.

The Erasmus+ programme, as the European Union’s flagship educational exchange initiative for Higher Education students, teachers, and institutions, was established with the goal of enhancing student mobility within Europe.

The programme allows students at higher education institutions to undertake a study period or work placements abroad, lasting between 2 and 12 months

The current Erasmus+ programme period, spanning from 2021 to 2027, places a strong emphasis on four key areas:

  • Inclusion and diversity
  • Digital transformation
  • Environment and fight against climate change
  • Participation in democratic life, common values and civic engagement