We had the chance to write about the main changes that the Erasmus+ Programme Guide 2019 indroduced. Last week, on 16 January, a corrigendum for the Guide was released. There are some quite relevant...
It all started with the European Council Conclusion of 14 December 2017, when the heads of states and governments asked to the Member States, the Council and the European Commission to encourage the "emergence by 2024 of...
The European Commission is phasing out the Participation Portal, in order to switch to the new "Funding&Tenders Portal". The new portal will allow all the organisations already registered to get an easier overall view...
The annual work programme for the implementation of European Solidarity Corps was released on 26 November 2018. It provides all the main information about the programme replacing the EVS (European Voluntary Service), including some interesting details.
According to the latest Annual Work Programme, released on October 11th, 2018, the upcoming year will see less funds for the Capacity Building in the field of Youth. In fact, in 2019 the total amount for such...
The first deadline for 2019 is approaching and the European Commission will try out a new way to make things easier for the participants to the Erasmus+ projects. Webgate is the new page through which the organisations will be...
The 2019 annual work programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport, released on October 11th, allocates a total budget of over 3 billion (EUR 3,019,506,507, to be more accurate) for all the Key Actions of the Erasmus+ programme - over...
As every year, the Erasmus+ Programme Guide 2019, released on 24th of October, provides all the infos and the actions that individuals and organizations can put in place in order to participate to the Programme. However, this year there...

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