Any public or private organization actively involved in education, training, youth and sports sectors can apply to sponsor the training of their staff.
A grant from the Erasmus+ Programme can cover course fees, mobility travel expenses and accommodation.
The Erasmus+ Programme is divided into 4 Actions:
- Key Action 1 supports the mobility of individuals (pupils, teachers, invited experts, VET trainers, etc.) abroad;
- Key Action 2 promotes the setting up of transnational networks of organisations to create cooperative partnerships for innovation;
- Key Action 3 supports policy reform at the institutional level;
- Jean Monnet Actions promote research and innovative teaching practices about the European Union.
If you plan to present a project it is important to keep in mind the four new horizontal priorities, which are valid throughout the whole Erasmus+ programme. Tailoring your project with these in mind will give you a higher chance of approval.