What is Erasmus+?
Erasmus+ is a programme which supports projects in education and training in all sectors of learning (Higher Education, Further Education, adult education, schools etc).
Who can apply?
Erasmus+ is available to many organisations in education and training in EU countries and countries that are part of European Free Trade Association.
Any public or private organisation involved in these areas can now apply for funding.
The Erasmus+ programme also offers different types of projects, you should apply through Key Action 1.
You can view an example of the Erasmus+ application form.
When is the deadline?
The deadline for submitting your application is 2 February 2017 – 12 midday Brussels time / 11:00am UK time
We recommend you start the process of application with your school as soon as possible. You should speak to the coordinator at your school/organisation and contact our Director of Studies at [email protected] if you have any questions.
A teacher training class funded by Erasmus+
What to do next:
- Your school will need to register with the European Commission’s Participant Portal and get a PIC number.
- Your school / organisation will need to submit a plan requesting a number of grants for their staff to attend training courses at Norwich Study Centre.
- Once the funding is confirmed, you and your school / organisation can then choose which course you would like to participate in. Our courses are listed in the ERASMUS+ School Educaton Gateway Catalogue. You can choose any of our Teacher Training Courses and some of our other courses are eligible for funding. Please contact us for more details.