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We formed Erasmus Actions as a consutancy in 2003 to meet the demand
for an experienced partner in the transnational management of
lifelong learning projects. We are experts in:
Mobility programming for individuals - learners and faculty/staff
Knowledge Alliances and Strategic Partnerships
Erasmus Actions is the Erasmus+ specialist for
incoming mobility to Barcelona and Granada for KA1 acitons.
Our multidisciplinary team facilitates forming
Strategic Partnerships and Knowledge Alliances for KA2 actions.
Come partner with us!
Training And Experience
To Address Common Challenges
Through Transnational Collaboration
Learning Mobility for Individuals
Erasmus Actions contributes to partnerships that facilitate real-world experience in conjunction with formal
education curricula for young people ages 15-30. Mobility programming also supports the exchange of
good practices in both higher education and vocational education and training as well as in specific areas
of commercial interests to associations, public bodies and nonprofits. We organize experiential learning
and training programs, professional visits and trade missions, mobility programming and work experience
projects such as internships and volunteer engagement in Barcelona and Granada, where we serve as
hosts for mobility to Spain.
Ideas welcomed for programming submitted to the upcoming call for Erasmus+
KA1 proposals, due February 5, 2020 outlined on our RESOURCES page
Visit us online at www.ErasmusActions.com
Contact: Montse Gonzalez, Directora
Research, Development and Social/Cultural Innovation
Our focus here is to participate primarily in Erasmus+ KA2 actions that support knowledge alliance
and strategic partnerships. Our aims are to support the visions of educational institutions, nonprofit
entities, public sector services and training centers that integrate innovation in their operations,
services and values. We bring experience in entrepreneurship education and training to partnerships
organized for social and cultural innovation, including demographic changes, youth unemployment,
the growing silver economy, forced migration, sustainable tourism, narrowing the skills
and gender gaps and other complex issues that cross the borders of both EU member
states and neighboring countries.
Currently seeking partners for EACEA call EAC/A02/2019: cooperation for innovation
and the exchange of good practices via Sector Skills Alliances for implementing new
strategic approaches (blueprints) to sectoral cooperation on skills.
Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency - EACEA
Application due February 26, 2020 Visit us online at www.ErasmusActions.com
Contact: Sandra Lund-Diaz, M.Ed., Director of Strategic Partnerships
The Erasmus+ Specialists
KA1 in Barcelona and Granada
KA2 Strategic Partnerships and Knowledge Alliances.
PIC # 900388436
The European Union's Erasmus+ programme provides funding to support activities in the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport.
Erasmus+ consists of three "Key Actions" and two additional actions:
■ Key Action 1: Mobility of Staff and Learners
■ Key Action 2: Cooperation for Innovation and Exchange of Good Practices
■ Key Action 3: Support for Policy Reform
■ Jean Monet
Visit our PARTNERSHIPS page for specific deadlines in 2020.
Activity is managed partly at the national level by National Agencies and at the European level by the Education, Audiovisual and
Culture Executive Agency - EACEA in Brussels. The European Commission is responsible for Erasmus+ policies and oversees the
overall programme implementation. The following countries can fully take part in all the Actions of the Erasmus+ Programme:
■ European Union (EU) Member States (a decision on including the UK is still pending contingent on Brexit)
Eligibility criteria for UK applicants must be complied with for the entire duration of the grant. If the United Kingdom withdraws
from the European Union during the grant period without concluding an agreement with the European Union ensuring in particular
that British applicants continue to be eligible, you will cease to receive EU funding (while continuing, where possible, to participate)
or be required to leave the project on the basis of the relevant provisions of the grant agreement on termination.
■ Non EU Programme Countries: North Macedonia,Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Serbia
■ Partner Countries neighbouring the EU: Regions 1, 2, 3, 4
Some Actions of the Programme are open to any Partner Country of the world listed below. For some other Actions the
geographical scope is less broad.
■ Region 5: Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican City State
■ Region 6: Asia
■ Region 7: Central Asia
■ Region 8: Latin America
■ Region 9: Iran, Iraq, Yemen
■ Region 10:South Africa
■ Region 11: Africa
■ Region 12: Industrialised: Gulf Cooperation countries
■ Region 13: Other Industrialised countries: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Hong Kong,
Japan, (Republic of) Korea, Macao, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, United States of America,
■ Region 14: Faroe Islands, Switzerland
Erasmus+ provides grants for activities in the fields of education, training, youth and sport. It
offers opportunities for:individuals to spend a mobility or volunteering period abroad and to
receive linguistic training, organisations to collaborate in project partnerships in the fields of
academic and vocational training, schools, adult learning and European sport events.
Erasmus+ also supports teaching, research, networking and policy debate on EU topics.
Erasmus+ supports the Eurydice network, which describes education systems in Europe and
offers comparative analysis of national systems and policies from early childhood to adult
education. Erasmus+ makes it possible for organisations from different participating countries
to work together, to develop, share and transfer best practices and innovative approaches in
the fields of education, training and youth