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The European Commission is pre-financing seven pilot projects that offer long-term apprenticeships abroad. The aim of these projects is to test experiment placements of at least 6 months, in an effort to promote apprenticeships abroad of a longer duration. Already today, around 650,000 vocational education and training (VET) learners and graduates 

can benefit from Erasmus+ funding to support their mobility experiences of 2 weeks to 12 months abroad. Despite the benefits of long-term placements, however, less than 1% of them stays abroad for more than 6 months. The pilot-projects launched this year will therefore offer 238 apprentices a position in another EU country for a period from 6 to 12 months, to identify good practices and bottlenecks with longer-term apprenticeships abroad. These 238 placements come in addition to the 100 apprentices currently involved in similar projects financed by the Commission in 2016. As part of the Commission's overall effort to improve the long-term mobility of vocational education and training (VET) learners, in December 2016 the Commission also proposed ErasmusPro initiative which will become operational in 2018 and which will allow an additional 50,000 young people to spend between 3 and 12 months in another Member State.


Both the pilot projects and ErasmusPro are the first steps towards a European framework for the long-term mobility of apprentices. This will provide concrete guidance for Member States to give young people the chance to develop their skills and enhance their employability, while strengthening their sense of European citizenship through experience in another EU country.