Presentation of the Erasmus Plus call for proposals for 2016

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BY : Diego GutiérrezNovember Mon, 2015
The ERASMUS+ programme is the main instrument of the EU youth, education and training policy managed by the European Union and the national agencies in each country, in Spain SEPI and Injuve. The programme funds innovative actions in the field of youth, education and training for the creation of training materials, development of innovative methodologies, development of certificates and development of tools for the evaluation of training.

Type of actions financed by the programme

Mobility of people for learning purposes both at school age and for professionals, people doing a career or a master's degree or large-scale European events.

Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practice: this is where the design of innovative training materials comes in.

Support for political reforms.

 In this post we will focus on action 2.

Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practice:

-Innovation and good practice in school education, adult education, vocational training, higher education, etc.

-Knowledge partnerships (must be promoted by a university or higher education institution - compulsory)

-Partnerships for sectoral competences

Conditions for participation

Projects must be promoted by at least 3 institutions/organisations from at least 3 different countries.

Consortia of 5 to 6 partners, geographically balanced and able to cope with the project activities, are recommended.

Projects can last between 18 and 36 months, although it is recommended that they do not last longer than 24 months.

The maximum funding is 150,000 euros per year.

Institutions that can participate

Schools and training centres at all levels, higher education institutions, public or private companies, local, regional or national public bodies, social partners: chambers of commerce, professional associations, trade unions, research centres, foundations, cultural organisations, libraries and museums.

Eligible expenditure

Management and coordination costs, €6000 to the partners and €12000 to the promoter.

Travel costs, staff costs, multiplier events such as conferences and workshops that are held for dissemination and exploitation. Exceptional costs such as translation, web development, printing costs e.t.c.

Application deadlines

Strategic partnerships in the youth field 2 February 2016

Strategic Partnerships in the field of Education and Training 31 March 2016 Strategic Partnerships in the field of Youth 26 April 2016

Strategic partnerships in the youth field 4 October 2016".

If you think you can benefit from these grants, please contact us. Abra-Invest has a team of experts in public funding at your disposal. Call + 34 946424142 or contact us by filling in the contact form.


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