Erasmus+ Okul Eğitimi:
• Öğretmenler ve okul eğitimi personeli için profesyonel gelişim fırsatı,
• Öğretmenler, idareciler ve öğrenciler için başka bir Avrupa ülkesini tanıma fırsatı,
• Öğrencilerin ufkunu genişletme, okula yönelik isteklerini artırma ve yaşam becerilerini geliştirme fırsatı,
• Avrupa’daki diğer okullarla bağlantı kurma fırsatı,
• Kendi ülkenizdeki ve Avrupa’daki işletmeler, politika yapıcılar, gençlik örgütleri ve diğer paydaşlar ile bağlantı kurma fırsatı sunmaktadır.
Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport. It runs
for seven years, from 2014 to 2020.
All schools – pre-primary, primary and secondary – are welcome to join Erasmus+.
Funding is available for staff mobility projects and cross-border partnerships. Whole classes
or groups of pupils can visit partner schools, and individual pupils can spend a longer period
at a school in another country.
WHAT CAN ERASMUS+
OFFER YOUR SCHOOL?
Professional development opportunities for teachers and staff
Teachers, staff and pupils can get to know another European country
Expand pupils’ horizons, raise their aspirations and boost their life skills
Connect with other schools throughout Europe
Forge links with businesses, policymakers, youth organisations
and other partners in your own country and across Europe
SUPPORTING THE MOBILITY
OF TEACHERS AND STAFF
Teachers and school staff can spend a period abroad at another school or take a training
course in another country.
WHAT KIND OF PROJECTS RECEIVE SUPPORT?
Key Action 1 provides funding for the professional development of school staff. When applying,
schools are asked to write a ‘European Development Plan’. The plan should explain the school’s
vision and needs while outlining planned mobility activities. A project application can contain
different activities over the course of one to two years.
School authorities and coordinating bodies can also take part. They can lead a National Mobility
Consortium, which brings together schools from their area. The authority takes responsibility
for handing in the application and managing the funds on behalf of all schools involved.
Note: Under Key Action 1, Vocational education and training (VET) schools have an additional opportunity
to send their students, apprentices and recent graduates for a learning period abroad.
KEY ACTION 2
BUILDING STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS
Strategic Partnerships are cooperation projects which bring together organisations from
different countries to work towards common objectives. Projects can be of different size and
scope, depending on the needs and goals of the applicants.
WHAT KINDS OF PROJECTS ARE SUPPORTED?
Key Action 2 offers project partners the chance to exchange staff and pupils – or to develop
a new and innovative product. Projects can cover a range of issues that are important to
European school education, such as social inclusion, language learning or reducing early school
leaving. Priority topics are published every year as part of the Erasmus+ call for proposals.
The Strategic Partnerships offer a unique opportunity for pupils of any age to visit partner
schools in other countries. Options cover short group stays (3 days to 2 months) or longer
exchange periods for individual pupils in secondary education (2 to 12 months).
In addition to funding for specific activities, all Strategic Partnerships are provided with a flatrate
grant to cover organisational costs and other project-related expenses.
HOW TO APPLY?
Applications are submitted to Erasmus+ National Agencies located in each of the 34 Programme
countries: the 28 EU Member States, the FYR Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Serbia
and Turkey. You will find a link to the application forms on each of the National Agencies’ websites.
Applications for Key Action 1 are submitted to the National Agency in the country where the school
is located. In Key Action 2, the partnership chooses the coordinating organisation, which then
submits the application to their National Agency on behalf of the whole partnership.
WHEN TO APPLY?
The Erasmus+ call for proposals is published every year in the autumn. For the 2019 call, the
application deadlines are:
›› 5 February 2019 for Key Action 1 (12:00 midday Brussels time)
›› 21 March 2019 for Key Action 2 (12:00 midday Brussels time)