This factsheet contains basic information about the new Erasmus programme 2021-2027.
Erasmus+ mobility has positive effects on educational, social, personal and professional development, in that it enhances knowledge, skills and attitudes, improves employability, helps confidence-building and independence, stimulates curiosity and innovation, fosters the understanding of other people, and builds a sense of European belonging. Thirty per cent of the budget will be invested in cooperation projects and policy development activities where organisations gain experience in international cooperation, strengthen their capacities, produce innovative approaches, exchange good practices and network. Through these actions, Erasmus+ will play an important role in strengthening resilience and supporting recovery and innovation in the fields of education, training, youth and sport.
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, as partner countries of Erasmus+, can also take part in some of the programme’s actions under specific conditions.