What’s new for Erasmus+ post-2020?
With an increased budget of € 23,4 billion, Erasmus+ will provide more opportunities to both individuals and organisations in education, training, youth and sports.
The new Erasmus+ is an 'evolution, not revolution' of the previous programme, aiming to be more accessible and inclusive. From ambitious initiatives such as European Universities, to small-scale partnerships, a focus on forward-looking fields like climate and artificial intelligence, as well as greater international engagement, Erasmus+ will be key in promoting mobility and cooperation – and ultimately benefiting people and organisations alike.
These EU programmes will launch calls for proposals for public and private entities and individuals to apply to on a regular basis in the next seven years, so early intelligence and positioning are essential.