7 February 2021

The European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme will have €3.9 billion for mobility and cooperation in education, training, youth and sport by 2022. 

Erasmus+: Supporting youth 

The Erasmus programme will continue to support young people, contributing with an increased budget in the European Year of Youth 2022. New features for 2022 include: 

Forward-looking projects 

Large-scale projects that will boost inclusive and high-quality education. They will also focus on adapting education and training systems to the ecological transition. Both types of Erasmus+ projects will run for a minimum of 3 years and will aim to involve a mix of public and private organisations. 

Simplified funding of cooperation projects 

Erasmus+ offers the possibility for project beneficiaries who are part of cooperation partnerships to apply for a lump sum to carry out their projects, thus reducing the administrative burden of application, management and reporting.  

Who can participate in Erasmus+ projects? 

Any public or private body in the fields of education, training, youth or sport can apply for funding with the support of the Erasmus+ National Agencies, as well as the European Education and Culture Executive Agency. The specific actions and deadlines for applications will be published by the National Agencies. 

FI Group has 20 years of experience and wants to accompany you on the new NextGenerationEU path. Our experts are at your disposal to analyse how your project fits into the NextGenerationEU European recovery fund and to take the next steps together with you. Contact us.

Teresa Marina

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