International projects for education and training

KA1 Erasmus+ Mobility

Erasmus+ study, internship or training programmes for EU countries

KA1 Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility

Erasmus+ study, internship or teaching programmes for non-EU countries

Strategic partnerships are forms of structured and long-term cooperation between institutes of higher education and other public or private educational organisations, which aim to support the development, transfer and/or implementation of innovative organisational/institutional, practices at local, regional, national and European level.

This action is aimed at supporting the modernisation, accessibility and internationalisation of higher education in partner countries. The projects intend to enhance the cooperation between the UE and its partner countries, helping the latter to face educational challenges in terms of quality, relevance, equal access, planning, implementation, management and governance.

Current projects:

  • CLIL@India - Developing Content and Language Integrated Learning
  • TUTORIAL - STrengthening Network EdUcaTiOn, Research and Innovation in Environmental HeALth in Asia
  • AdaptNET - Strengthening education, research and innovation for climate smart crops in South East Asia
  • PREVENT IT - Risk Management and Prevention of Antibiotics Resistance

This European programme promotes teaching and research excellence in the field of EU studies, particularly on the integration process from an internal and external perspective.

Actions in the sports sector are expected to develop a European dimension by generating, sharing and disseminating knowledge and expertise in sports-related issues at European level. Sports projects supported by Erasmus+ should increase participation in sports, physical activities and volunteering.

The programme fosters “the creation of around twenty “European universities” by 2024, consisting of bottom-up EU university networks. This system will allow students to obtain a degree by combining study programmes in multiple EU countries and will make European universities more competitive internationally”. To achieve this goal, the European Commission proposes an unprecedented initiative calling for high-quality cooperation between all types of higher education institutions from all regions of Europe and at all levels of the organization, in every field of activity, from teaching and learning to research and innovation.

There are other projects that allow graduates to continue their academic activity abroad: teaching, doing research and attending training or refresher courses.