Delegation of the European Union to Pakistan

Erasmus+ Programme: Call for proposals 2019 opens window of opportunities for individuals and organisations

Islamabad , 01/11/2018 - 14:55, UNIQUE ID: 181101_10
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The European Commission has published its 2019 call for proposals for the Erasmus+ programme on 24 October 2018. The detailed conditions of this call for proposals can be found in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide. The Guide is essential to understanding Erasmus+ as it provides participating organisations and individuals with a comprehensive list of opportunities supported by the programme.

Erasmus Plus 2019
Erasmus Plus 2019

The European Commission has published its 2019 call for proposals for the Erasmus+ programme on 24 October 2018. The detailed conditions of this call for proposals can be found in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide. The Guide is essential to understanding Erasmus+ as it provides participating organisations and individuals with a comprehensive list of opportunities supported by the programme.

Individuals and educational institutions of Pakistan can apply for the four international components of Erasmus+:

1. The International Credit Mobility

2. The Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters' degrees

3. The Capacity Building for Higher Education projects

4. The Jean Monnet actions.

The Erasmus+ Programme Guide is an integral part of the 2019 Erasmus+ Call for Proposals. Organisations and institutions seeking funding in the framework of this call must comply with the conditions for participation and funding expressed in this Guide.

Set to last until 2020, Erasmus+ doesn't just provide opportunities for students. Merging seven prior programmes, it offers opportunities for a wide variety of individuals and organisations.

The Erasmus+ programme is managed by the European Commission (the EU's executive body), the Education, Audiovisual, and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), a series of National Agencies in Programme countries, and a series of National Offices in some Partner countries.

For nearly 30 years, the European Union has funded the Erasmus programme, which has enabled over three million European students to spend part of their studies at another higher education institution or with an organisation in Europe.

Erasmus+ brings such opportunities to all - students, staff, trainees, teachers, volunteers and more. It's not just about Europe or Europeans either - with Erasmus+, people from all over the world can access opportunities.

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