What is Erasmus +?
Erasmus + is the European Union’s program for education, training, youth and sport for 2014-2020.
Erasmus + brings many learning opportunities for young people and adults across all sectors of education: pre-university education, adult education, university education, vocational training and youth.
Under the Erasmus + program you can take part in: mobility projects, strategic partnerships and structured dialogue.
Who can take part in these mobilities?
- young people
- Youth workers
- Teachers in pre-university education
- University professors and university staff
- Representatives of public / private institutions
- Vocational training specialists
More details about how can you take part in Erasmus+ projets you can find here: https://www.erasmusplus.ro/oameni
What are mobility projects?
These are those institutional projects that involve activities with partners from several countries (trans-national). The program of a mobility project varies from one domain to another and, depending on it, may include training courses, placements, teaching activities, internships or volunteering, youth exchanges, job-shadowing activities.
More information on sector-specific activities can be found in the dedicated sections.
Mobility projects are aimed for: adult education, school education, VET, university education and youth.
Opportunities for young people
Erasmus + helps young people develop skills and increase their chances of employment, giving them the opportunity to participate in European learning projects. It offers them the opportunity to discover new cultures and to feel that they belong to Europe.
Furthermore, the organizations involved can develop new and innovative learning approaches and can cooperate with organizations from other countries and exchange good practices.
Mobility is possible in the countries participating in the program and with partner countries in the EU neighborhood.
Young people aged between 13 and 30 can participate in these mobility.
Opportunities for youth workers
Erasmus + offers youth workers the opportunity to experience cultural diversity and learn about different practices of working with young people from other countries. These opportunities help them in their professional development. In addition, these activities help organizations develop new learning methods, as well as cooperate with organizations from other countries over longer periods of time.
The mobility of youth workers lasts between 2 days and 2 months. Opportunities are addressed to youth workers involved in the personal, educational and social development of young people.