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September 2019

Erasmus+ UK releases the first funded project lists of 2019

We are pleased to publish the first lists of Erasmus+ UK projects funded under the 2019 Call. The lists provide an overview of the range of organisations that have been awarded decentralised Erasmus+ funding in Key Action 1 and Youth Rounds 1 and 2. Congratulations to everyone who was successful. Discover who received funding in your area or sector.
See the lists
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Attend the third Learning Networks event of 2019

Interested in picking up top tips about final report writing for your Erasmus+ project? The third and final Learning Networks event of 2019 takes place on 24 October in Cardiff. Join our Project Management and Implementation group to hear from high scoring projects and an Erasmus+ assessor to find out what makes a great final report. Places are limited; please contact the events team for more information.
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Positive youth stories

Eurodesk UK are collecting youth stories to build positivity around international mobility opportunities. There is a range of benefits to these opportunities, including the self-confidence and employability of the young people taking part. Get inspired by the impact of mobility placements on their website.
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Out and about with the Erasmus+ UK team

It’s been a busy month for the team as we travelled across the UK to discover your inspiring Erasmus+ stories. First, we visited University of Birmingham, whose project looks to improve autism education. We then ventured to Cardiff to speak with the Homeless World Cup Foundation about their work supporting people experiencing homelessness. These videos, and many more, feature on our YouTube playlist!
Watch their stories
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A nation of linguists

From better job prospects to improved cultural awareness, the benefits of bilingualism are well-documented. In 2018, nearly 75% of Erasmus+ Key Action 1 schools applications were for projects involving language learning, and this year’s school exam results show Erasmus+ is playing its part in reigniting pupils’ love of languages.
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Brexit Update

We continue to work closely with the Department for Education on how a no-deal scenario would affect the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes. For the latest information, please visit our Brexit update webpage.

In the event that the UK leaves the EU with no agreement in place, UK applicants with successful Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps bids will be able to claim against the HMG guarantee. Beneficiary organisations are encouraged to register for the guarantee on the Cabinet Office portal.

Other Erasmus+ News

  • Do you or your organisation work with apprentices? The European Apprentices Network are looking for feedback from apprentices, giving them an opportunity to have their say about apprenticeships.
  • Save the date for European Vocational Skills Week. Taking place 14-18 October 2019, the week aims to recognise the importance of vocational education and training in developing both learners and organisations.
  • The winner of the EPALE photo competition has been announced! Congratulations to Kairos Europe whose photo: 'A magical, soul replenishing, spiritual reflection'showed that a heartfelt take to training can have a huge impact on participants.

Diary Dates

 Application deadlines 

          Key Actions 1, 2 and 3 for youth sector – Round 3
          1 October 2019, 11am (UK time). Find out more.

          European Solidarity Corps - Round 3
          1 October 2019, 11am (UK time). Find out more.       

 TCA opportunities  

          Youth projects for young people in NEET situation
          Youth training course
          3 – 7 November 2019, Czech Republic. Apply by 22 September.

          Youth training course
          25 – 29 November 2019, United Kingdom. Apply by 30 September.

          Be Initiative!
          Youth and VET training course.
          27 – 1 December 2019, Czech Republic. Apply by 30 September.
Find more TCA opportunities on our website.
For more information on Erasmus+ funding please visit our website
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