Fri, Oct 2nd, 2020
The Erasmus+ programme comes to the end of its current programme cycle in 2020. The successor programme will run from 2021 to 2027, and aims to be more inclusive, accessible and sustainable. We will announce details of the new programme as they are confirmed.
Organisations that want to be involved in the Mobility strands of the new Erasmus programme can now apply for Accreditation. Accredited organisations have simplified access to funding opportunities, and an alternative method to the individual application process. Accreditation is primarily for organisations with relevant experience and capacity, that plan to regularly carry out projects.
There are slight differences for each sector, so please check our Erasmus Accreditation page for full details of how and when to apply. To find out if your organisation can become accredited, see our blog post Is Your Organisation Eligible for Erasmus Accreditation?
Remember that accreditation is not mandatory. You can still take part in Erasmus by applying for individual mobility projects, joining an existing mobility consortium, or hosting participants.