Projects Selected for Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education Funding

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Erasmus Capacity Building Higher Education

The European Commission has announced the selected 145 projects in 2022 for Erasmus+ funding to promote capacity building in higher education.

Capacity Building in Higher Education

These projects are based on multilateral partnerships between organisations – usually higher education institutions – from the EU, European countries associated to the programme, and from other countries or regions around the world.

Together these partnerships design new university courses and teaching modules, train staff or develop internationalisation and governance in partner countries.

The impact of these projects is often wider than the scope of their action – they increase cooperation with the EU and promote intercultural awareness. They make a wider contribution to development by boosting academic disciplines that are important for the development of the partner countries involved.

145 Projects Selected

The 145 Erasmus+ capacity building for higher education projects recommended for funding provide good examples of

  1.  it’s not all about student mobility – the programme also funds international cooperation projects
  2. Erasmus+ fosters cooperation with countries all over the world

The final decision on these proposals is subject to the completion of the grant award procedure in line with the timeline indicated in the call for proposals and will be published on the Funding & Tender Opportunities Portal.

Apply for the Next Round

Interested in applying? The 2023 calls will open in mid-November. Check the Funding and Tenders Portal to apply.

You can read more about Erasmus+ capacity building for higher education projects from before 2022 and their results on the Erasmus+ project results platform.

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