The 2017 Erasmus+ Call for Proposals and Programme Guide have been published

The European Commission has published the annual Call for Proposals for 2017 under the Erasmus+ programme, the Union programme for education, training, youth and sport, followed by a new version of the Erasmus+ Programme Guide for 2017.

In this Call for Proposals, the Foundation Tempus – the National Erasmus+ office in Serbia – will publish, for the first time, in a limited capacity, the Call for Proposals under Key Action (KA) 1, so organisations from Serbia will be able to submit their project proposals directly to the Foundation Tempus – the National Erasmus+ office in Serbia. In addition, for the first time, applicants from Serbia will have the opportunity to participate as Lead Applicants under KA 1 in the field of youth.

The Call for Proposals 2017 contains a timetable for individual components of the Erasmus+ programme and it can be downloaded here.

Under KA 1, the Call for Proposals supports projects covering mobility of individuals in the field of education, training and youth, strategic projects and events within the European Voluntary Service (EVS), as well as mobility of students under Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees. KA 2 supports projects of institutional cooperation covering strategic partnerships in the field of education, training and youth, knowledge alliances, skills alliances, and capacity building projects in the field of higher education and capacity building in the field of youth, which are especially important for applicants from Serbia as institutions from Serbia can apply as Lead Applicants, but can also have a project partner role. For applicants from Serbia the Jean Monnet sub-programme with its activities is also important and provides the possibility for applicants to apply for Jean Monnet Chairs, Modules, Centres of Excellence, Support to Associations, Networks and Projects. Erasmus+ sub-programme that covers the field of sport provides limited but significant opportunities for funding through projects of collaborative partnerships and projects which support non-for-profit European sport events.

The Erasmus+ Programme Guide is an integral part of 2017 Erasmus+ Call for Proposals and provides information on the priorities of the programme, the actions supported, the funding available for different actions, as well as detailed information on participation.

For more information visit the website of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) that implements the Erasmus+ programme on behalf of the European Commission –