The Erasmus programme was launched in 2014 and has been creating opportunities in the fields of education, training, youth and sport ever since, providing participants with the skills and experience necessary to modernise such fields across Europe. Inclusion, accessibility and sustainability are the three pillars at the base of the new Programme (2021-2027): the main objectives will include the successful digital transition in European education, as well as establishing the European Education Area. In order to make the process as easy as possible, Erasmus accreditation will be crucial: an innovative way to access mobility activities that will be implemented at the beginning of the new Programme.
All organisations belonging to a Programme country are allowed to apply for accreditation, and will benefit from the following advantages:
- Stable funding;
- Implementation of their own strategy and objectives;
- Opportunities to grow and explore;
- Investments into the future.
To support those who are looking to become accreditated to the programme the European Commission has lanched a brochure that explains how accreditation works, who can apply, and what the benefits are. Read the brochure here in 22 EU languages.