There are different funding schemes Adult Education (AE) institutions can apply for under Erasmus+.
Adult Education shall be defined as:
Education for adult learners, particularly for individuals at risk, and staff working with adult learners aspiring to further develop their abilities, enrich their knowledge with the purpose to complete a level of formal education, or to acquire knowledge, basic skills and additional competencies.
Eligible adult learners are low skilled individuals who did not go beyond MQF level 3 (i.e.: secondary level education).
Furthermore, adult education funding also applies to low digitally skilled learners who do not possess a recent ECDL certification or equivalent reflecting updates in IT over the last 5 years.
Click here to see the full list of eligible organisations.
The Erasmus accreditation is a tool for organisations in vocational education and training (VET), school education and adult education that want to open up to cross-border exchange and cooperation. Award of the Erasmus accreditation confirms that the applicant has set up a plan to implement high quality mobility activities as part of a wider effort to develop their
organisation. This plan is called an Erasmus Plan and it is a key part of the application for Erasmus accreditation. Accredited Erasmus organisations will gain simplified access to Key Action 1 funding opportunities under the future Programme (2021-2027)
Click here to view the rules of budget allocation for accredited applicants under Erasmus+ Key Action 1.Read More
Interested organisations can apply for an individual Erasmus accreditation for their organisation, or for an Erasmus accreditation for mobility consortium coordinators. Previous experience in Erasmus+ (2014-2020) is not required to apply.
Accredited Erasmus organisations will gain simplified access to Key Action 1 funding opportunities under the future Programme (2021-2027)
Download the Erasmus Accreditation Brochure EN
How to apply
Deadline to apply 29th October 2020 – 12:00