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All you Need to Know About the 2019 Erasmus+ Deadline!

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* So, here is all you need to know about the next Erasmus+ deadline. *

The European Commission has recently published the new call for proposals for the 2019 deadline. According to this document, the overall available funding is EUR 2 733,4 million, which will be used as such:

  • Education and Training: EUR 2 503,4 million (2)

  • Youth: EUR 167,7 million

  • Jean Monnet: EUR 13,7 million

  • Sport: EUR 48,6 million

As you know, if you intend to write a project on Learning mobility of individuals your Key Action of interest is Key Action 1 (KA1).

The deadlines for KA1 are the following:

  • Mobility of individuals in the field of youth 5 February 2019

  • Mobility of individuals in the field of higher education 5 February 2019

  • Mobility of individuals in VET, school education and adult education fields 5 February 2019

  • Mobility of individuals in the field of youth 30 April 2019

  • Mobility of individuals in the field of youth 1 October 2019

  • Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees 14 February 2019

  • Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees – Joint call EU-Japan 1 April 2019

Thanks to the Erasmus+ programme, youth can study/volunteer/get a working experience abroad (VOLUNTEERING / YOUTH EXCHANGES/ TRAINEESHIPS) while teachers and professionals can learn from observing their colleagues in other countries (JOB SHADOWING) or build up their knowledge through a professional course (KA1 COURSE).

The programme guide is downloadable here: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/resources/documents/erasmus-programme-guide-2019_en.


In this deadline, there have been 2 main changes:

  1. a 10% increase in the total budget;

  2. the former EVS programme has become European Solidarity Corps, which we will explain in detail in a later article.

If you are planning a mobility abroad, our network can help you. We are located in Italy, Malta, Germany, Spain and Belgium. In all these locations, we can organize:

  • internships for VET and University students;

  • Job shadowings and KA1 Training Courses for teachers and staff of EU institutions.

We can also set up preparatory visits and discuss with you about all matters related to the implementation of your project.

Our staff is also available for some Skype meetings at your convenient time. To book a Skype call please send an email to Paola Panfili, Erasmusnet Team Coordinator at info@amfinternational.org.

Good luck with your projects!