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For 2018, funds available for Erasmus+ are expected to increase by more than €200 million euro, a rise of 8% compared to 2017. The European Commission published its 2018 Call for Proposals for Erasmus+, the European Union's programme for mobility and cooperation in education, training, youth and sport.

With its annual budget expected to increase by €200 million, Erasmus+ will provide an unprecedented number of opportunities for individuals and organisations in Europe and beyond.

In 2018, Erasmus+ will continue to help implement the Commission's policy priorities, notably the goals set out in the recent initiatives "A renewed agenda for Higher Education" and "School development and excellent teaching for a great start in life". The overall aim of these initiatives is to help Member States provide high quality, inclusive and future-oriented education for all young people. In line with the New Skills Agenda for Europe, Erasmus+ will also remain a strong pillar in promoting the full range of knowledge, skills and competences that help people succeed in our fast-changing societies, including transversal skills such as creativity, problem-solving and an entrepreneurial mind-set.

In total, €2.7 billion in funding are expected to be available from Erasmus+ in 2018 to:  promote mobility opportunities for young people, students, trainees, apprentices and international volunteers, as well as for teachers, trainers and youth workers;  create or improve partnerships between education, training and youth organisations and with the world of work;  support dialogue and evidence-building needed to deliver reform in education, training and youth systems;  promote excellence in teaching and research in the field of European studies through the Jean Monnet activities; and  support transnational projects in the field of sport, with a focus on grassroots sport.

Similar to previous years, Erasmus+ projects supporting social inclusion through education, youth and sport activities will be given priority in 2018.

In 2018, for learners in the field of vocational education and training, increased focus will be placed on long-duration mobility (ErasmusPro), in line with the Commission's Communication on "Investing in Europe's Youth" of 7 December 2016.

In order to further broaden the accessibility of the Erasmus+ programme in 2018, the Commission will introduce throughout Europe a simplified procedure for the submission of grant proposals through online web-forms and will also simplify grant opportunities for schools to take part in projects focusing on exchanges and mobility of pupils and staff.

 

In parallel, the Commission published the Erasmus+ Programme Guide in all official EU languages. The Programme Guide is the key document that provides applicants with full details of all opportunities available in the 2018 Call for proposals for Erasmus+.