Erasmus+ in Romania received almost EUR 58 M this year to fund mobility, strategic partnership and structured dialogue projects.
The Erasmus+ programme aims at boosting skills and employability, as well as modernising Education, Training, and Youth work.
Thus, the National Agency for Community Programmes on Education and Training, the institution which is managing the Erasmus+ programme in Romania, will finance projects on school education (about EUR 7 M), training (almost EUR 14 M), higher education (EUR 27 M), education for adults (around EUR 2M) and for youth (around EUR 7M).
The deadlines for submitting projects are February 2 and March 31 for school education, training, education for adults and higher education projects, and February 2, April 26 and October 4 for the youth projects.
The projects can be submitted online at www.erasmusplus.ro, by the above-mentioned deadlines, 13:00.
Last year, a budget of EUR 55 M financed 709 projects in Romania.