Management College offers the opportunity to participate in Erasmus+ program. It is a great
chance for students to explore some countries and gain valuable experience. At the moment,
the college cooperates with the following countries: Spain, Italy, Turkey, Portugal and Lithuania.
Since we are a developing institution, we are working hard to expand our connections, this expecting to obtain new Erasmus+ destinations in the nearest future.
You are welcome to apply and enjoy this unforgettable experience.
Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Its
budget of €14.7 billion will provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train,
and gain experience abroad.
Education, training, youth and sport can make a major contribution to help tackle socio-
economic changes, the key challenges that Europe will be facing until the end of the decade, and
support the implementation of the European policy agenda for growth, jobs, equity and social
The Erasmus+ Programme is designed to support Programme Countries' efforts to efficiently use the potential of Europe’s talent and social assets in a lifelong learning perspective, linking
support to formal, non-formal and informal learning throughout the education, training and youth
fields. The Programme also enhances the opportunities for cooperation and mobility with Partner
Countries, notably in the fields of higher education and youth.
Set to last until 2020, Erasmus+ does not just have opportunities for students. Merging seven
prior programmes, it has opportunities for a wide variety of individuals and organisations.
The aim of Erasmus+ is to contribute to the Europe 2020 strategy for growth, jobs, social equity
and inclusion, as well as the aims of ET2020, the EU's strategic framework for education and
Erasmus+ also aims to promote the sustainable development of its partners in the field of higher
education, and contribute to achieving the objectives of the EU Youth Strategy.
Specific issues tackled by the programme include:
Reducing unemployment, especially among young people
Promoting adult learning, especially for new skills and skills required by the labour market.
Encouraging young people to take part in European democracy
Supporting innovation, cooperation and reform
Reducing early school leaving
Promoting cooperation and mobility with the EU's partner countries.
Erasmus+ is open to many individuals and organisations, although eligibility varies from one
action to another and from one country to another.
Individuals can take part in many of the opportunities funded by Erasmus+, although most will
have to do so through an organisation taking part in the programme. The eligibility of individuals
and organisations depends on the country in which they are based.
Eligible countries are divided into two groups, Programme countries and Partners countries.
Although Programme countries are eligible for all actions of Erasmus+, Partner countries can
only take part in some, and are subject to specific conditions.
Below you can see the EU countries eligible to participate in the Erasmus+ programme:
Some Non-EU counties also participate in the programme, you can find them below:
The Erasmus+ programme is managed by the European Commission (the EU's executive body),
the Education, Audiovisual, and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), a series of National
Agencies in Programme countries, and a series of National Offices in some Partner countries.
The European Commission handles the overall management of the programme, including:
Managing the budget
Setting the priorities
Identifying the programme's targets and criteria
Monitoring and guiding the implementation
Follow-up and evaluation of the programme
The Education, Audiovisual, and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) of the European
Commission is in charge of managing the "centralised" elements of the programme, including:
Promoting the programme and opportunities
Launching calls for proposals
Reviewing grant requests
Contracting and monitoring projects
Communicating on results
The EACEA and Commission also carry out studies and research, as well as managing and
financing the other bodies and networks supported by Erasmus+.
In the EU countries, the Commission entrusts much of the management of Erasmus+ to National
Agencies. Outside the EU, and specifically in the field of higher education, this role is filled by
the National Erasmus+ Offices.
The Commission provides funding to the National Agencies, who use these funds to manage the
programme's "decentralised" activities. This allows the Agencies to adapt the programme to suit
their national education, training, and youth systems.
The National Agencies are responsible for:
Providing information on the programme
Reviewing applications submitted in their country
Monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the programme in their country
Supporting people and organisations taking part in Erasmus+
Promoting the programme and its activities at a local and national level
These Agencies also support beneficiaries of the programme from the application stage to the
end of a project. They also work with beneficiaries and other organisations to support EU policy
in areas supported by the programme.
How to apply
Depending on the part of the programme you would like to apply for, the preparation and
application procedure might differ. Let us guide you through the process:
To start the process you need fill-up the application form below,
Erasmus+ Application Form Template
and send to Erasmus+ coordinator Marianna Skarbovska
General Call for Proposals
Every year a General Call for Proposals is published, presenting opportunities for organisations
and individuals active in the fields of education, training, youth and sport. In the Call you can
find the objectives of the programme, an overview of the actions it is divided in, eligibility of
potential actors, budget and duration of projects, and submission deadlines for each action. You
can consult the latest Call for Proposals in our Calls section. In addition, some Specific Calls for
Proposals are published at a centralised level, through the website of the Education, Audiovisual
and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014-2020
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