“Erasmus +” is the EU’s program to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Thanks to its budget of EUR 14.7 billion, it will enable over 4 million Europeans to study, do internships, gain experience and work as volunteers abroad.
About Erasmus+ Programme
The Erasmus sectoral program is part of Lifelong Learning, the largest European education and training program, which focuses on higher education and is one of the most successful initiatives of the European Commission.
Established in 1987, for more than 25 years the program has given students and teachers from all over Europe the opportunity to participate in academic and cultural exchanges across the continent.
The program includes all the members of the European Union, as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey, and also Switzerland, since 2011.