What is Erasmus+
Erasmus+ is the European Union (EU) programme for education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020. Erasmus+ funds Academic Mobility and Cooperation Projects that involve partners from "Programme Countries" and "Partner Countries" throughout the world. Erasmus+ supports activities that are closely matched with the EU's priorities for cooperation policy with partner countries and regions.
Erasmus+ Programme Guide
Core Actions (Key Actions)
Erasmus+ relies on three core funding actions to achieve its objectives:
- Key Action 1 : International Credit Mobility (ICM)
(Mobility of Individuals): includes the mobility of learners and staff, Erasmus Mundus joint master degrees and Erasmus+ master loans;
ii. Key Action 2 : Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education (CBHE)
(Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices): includes transnational strategic partnerships, knowledge alliances, sector skills
alliances, capacity-building projects (higher education and youth) and IT support platforms such as eTwinning, EPALE and the European Youth
iii. Key Action 3 : (Support for Policy Reform): includes knowledge and policy development/innovation initiatives, support to European policy tools,
cooperation with international organisations and stakeholder dialogue.
Cooperation Projects (EU Grant) at UPM
Key Action 1 : (Support for Policy Reform): includes knowledge and policy development/innovation initiatives, support to European policy tools, cooperation with international organisations and stakeholder dialogue.
Updated:: 23/11/2020 [sitiafiqah]