€1.2 million in European Funds allocated to two new extraordinary calls for the 2020 Erasmus+ Programme

€1.2 million in European Funds allocated to two new extraordinary calls for the 2020 Erasmus+ Programme

On 10 September 2020, Parliamentary Secretary for European Funds Hon Stefan Zrinzo Azzopardi and Parliamentary Secretary for Youths, Sports and Voluntary Organisations, Clifton Grima announced that the European Commission launched ...
European Day of Languages 2020

European Day of Languages 2020

The European Day of Languages is a yearly event held on 26 September. It’s a chance to: raise awareness of the broad variety of languages in Europe promote cultural and linguistic ...
Second Corrigendum to the 2020 Erasmus+ Programme Guide

Second Corrigendum to the 2020 Erasmus+ Programme Guide

The corrigendum to the 2020 Erasmus+ Programme Guide has been published today- 25th August 2020. The corrigendum introduces the relevant changes related to new decentralised calls for strategic partnerships in ...
Survey Report Erasmus Mundus Programme Implementation in the Context of COVID-19

Survey Report Erasmus Mundus Programme Implementation in the Context of COVID-19

The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) carried out a survey during the period May – June 2020 on the “Erasmus Mundus Programme Implementation in the Context of COVID-19″. ...
Europe Day 9th May 2020

Europe Day 9th May 2020

On the 9th of May, we celebrate Europe Day, a celebration of peace and unity in Europe. The date marks the anniversary of the ‘Schuman declaration’ (Paris, 1950) during which ...

Erasmus+ Funding

Education, training and non-formal youth learning are essential to creating jobs and improving Europe's competitiveness. Over the next seven years, Erasmus+ will provide €14.7 billion to strengthen education, training, youth and sport in Europe, allowing more than 4 million young people to gain experience and skills by studying, training or volunteering abroad. The programme will also support over 125,000 institutions and organisations to work with peers in other countries to innovate and modernise teaching practice and youth work. Together they will help ensure that young people and adults get the skills they need to succeed in today's world. Click here for more information about Erasmus+.

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About EUPA

The European Union Programs Agency (EUPA) is an agency that supports Maltese individuals and entities in availing themselves of funding under the various educational programs provided by the European Commission. As of 2014 EUPA is coordinating the implementation of the funding program Erasmus+ and of 2017, EUPA will also be coordinating the implementation of the European Solidarity Corps (ESC). For further information please visit the EUPA website by clicking on the logo below.
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