Erasmus+ is the EU programme, started in 2014, for education, training, youth and sport. It promotes learning opportunities for individuals, within the EU and beyond, including: study and training, traineeships, teaching and professional development and non-formal youth activities such as volunteering. Basically, it’s a chance to study in a different country, learn new skills and expand your horizons.
Over two million students have done Erasmus since it first started in 1987. Erasmus+ gives you the chance to study or do a work placement in another European country during their time at university. It is open to all field of studies and you don’t always have to master a foreign language as all our partner institutions offer modules taught in English.
Erasmus Charter and Policy Documents