The latest news from the Erasmus+ UK National Agency
September 2020

Countdown to the 2020 Annual Conference

You still have time to book your place for the 2020 Annual Conference, which is taking place on 22-23 September. This year’s conference will be bringing together Erasmus+ beneficiaries and participants as well as expert panellists to reflect on the last seven years of the programme. You’ll hear first-hand from representatives across all sectors, joining us online across the UK.
Register now
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Final deadline for Youth Round 3 is approaching

There's less than a month to go until the deadline for Youth Round 3 funding. Organisations can submit applications for youth mobility, youth partnerships and youth dialogue funding. Before you hit the ‘submit’ button, make sure you take a look at the recorded webinars and guides for applicants available on our website to support your application. The deadline to apply is 1 October, 11am (UK time).
Access the resources
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First funded project lists for 2020 have been released

The first funded project lists of 2020 are now available on our website. Congratulations to everyone who was successful in receiving Erasmus+ funding. We are pleased to publish the lists which give you an overview of the organisations and projects that have been awarded decentralised Erasmus+ funding in Key Action 1 and Youth Round 1.
See the lists
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New Key Action 2 funding deadline announced

The European Commission has announced a new decentralised call for Strategic Partnerships in response to COVID-19. The new deadlines focus on ‘Innovative practices in a digital era’ and ‘Skills development and inclusion through creativity and the arts’ and applications need to be submitted by 29 October, 11am (UK time). Application guidance and web forms will be available shortly.
Find out more
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Tips on how to manage your project remotely 

Throughout lockdown, our beneficiaries have found new ways of working remotely, using tools and platforms to continue managing their projects effectively. Now, they’re sharing their top tips with you! Unsure of how to manage your Erasmus+ project remotely? Read our blog post for their advice and discover different online platforms for remote working.
Read their tips

Coronavirus update

To stay up to date with the latest Erasmus+ guidance on this fast-moving situation please keep checking our website.

Other Erasmus+ News

  • Application forms and guides for applicants for the 2020 European Solidarity Corps Call – Round 3 are now available. The next funding deadline is 1 October 2020, 11am (UK time). Projects can choose to start between 1 January and 31 May 2021.
  • Hear from two of our beneficiaries on their top tips on using the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform (EPRP). From working with partners to keeping on top of formatting – Maija and Steve shared useful advice at our recent workshop.
  • Throughout October, you can attend online and offline events as part of Eurodesk’s ‘Time to Move’ campaign. They will showcase the opportunities for young people to take part in international projects, explore Europe or gain the experience they need for the future.
  • Schools can take the eTwinning climate challenge and encourage pupils to build on their learning by taking positive action. Challenges are linked to resources to support extended learning. Take part to claim your eco ted and resource pack.
  • The Learning and Work Institute's 2020 collection of blogs and comments from UK adult educators involved in the European Agenda for Adult Learning (EAAL) programme are available to read on the EPALE website.

Diary Dates

 Application deadlines 

Key Actions 1, 2 and 3 for youth sector – Round 3.
1 October 2020, 11am (UK time). Access the resources.

European Solidarity Corps: Volunteering Projects, Traineeships and Jobs and Solidarity Projects – Round 3.
1 October 2020, 11am (UK time). Access the resources.

Key Action 2 'Innovative practices in a digital era' for schools, vocational education and training and higher education.
29 October 2020, 11am (UK time). Learn more

Key Action 2 'Skills development and inclusion through creativity and the arts' for schools, youth and adult education. 
29 October 2020, 11am (UK time). Learn more

 Online events 

Go Green for your Community!
Youth online training course. Register by 16 September.

2020 Erasmus+ Annual Conference
Virtual event. Mornings of 22 and 23 September 2020. Register now.

#ErasmusDays 2020
A series of online events. 15-17 October 2020. Find out more.

Time To Move
Online and offline events. October 2020. Find out more.

 Online activities 

Talking Youth at Work
Podcast. Listen now.

European Solidarity Corps Open Online Course
Online training course. Launches soon. Enrol now.
For more information on Erasmus+ funding please visit our website
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