Following the adoption of the 2022 Erasmus+ annual work programme, the European Commission has now launched the programme guide for the calls for proposals for 2022.
The next year of the Erasmus+ programme will have an increased budget of almost €3.9 billion, to provide opportunities related to study abroad, traineeships, apprenticeships, staff exchanges and cross border cooperation projects in various areas of education, training, youth and sport. The work programme also includes other actions that will be launched separately, such as the European Universities initiative.
The main novelties announced in the new calls include:
- Forward-looking projects to support inclusive digitation education and the adaptation of education and training systems for the green transition
- Increased exchanges with third countries
- A more inclusive DiscoverEU
- Efforts to bring the EU closer to schools
- Simpler financing of cooperation projects.
Learn more here or in the programme guide or in the calls portal.
ERRIN members can learn more about the 2022 Erasmus+ programme during the Science and Education for Society Working Group's upcoming Erasmus+ Project Development Workshop plenary session on Tuesday 7 December - register here.