For newcomers into the Erasmus+ programme, it’s essential to know the priorities of the programme as it might make a difference between the approval or not of your project. These priorities change every few years but, fortunately for everyone, they are announced beforehand. The priorities for this period can be found here.
One of the most useful documents for Erasmus+ projects, the Bible of Erasmus+, is the Guide of the programme where you can find answers to almost all your questions. In case you don’t find what you need, your National Agencies should know the answers so don’t hesitate to contact them. Here is the link to the guide.
If you are working on submitting an application form in any of the Erasmus+ sectors, don’t miss out on the deadlines. Day and even time is essential as it can mean the approval or rejection of your application. Find all the deadlines here (you can choose your language of preference).
Erasmus+ loves celebrations! Every year, Erasmus+ Days are organized and each time the event gets bigger and bigger. It's a celebration of the EU’s flagship programme supporting education, training, youth and sport. Events and initiatives are held around the world that are open to anyone, even if you’ve not taken part in an Erasmus+ project yet. You’ll also be able to meet Erasmus+ project consortiums and other people with experience of the opportunities on offer. Erasmus+ Days were first held during the 30th anniversary of the Erasmus+ programme in 2017. The series of events celebrates the programme’s success and showcases the benefits of the life-changing learning experiences it offers. It is also an occasion for potential beneficiaries to find out more and join the programme. To search the map and find an event near you, to participate, share, or even organize an event you can visit the following site.