Academic and non-academic staff may also benefit from the Erasmus+ by taking part in teaching and training visits to partner institutions. These can provide valuable professional development opportunities for staff and a means of improving communications and relations with the partner institution. In addition, it provides an opportunity to visit any students who may be on exchange at a partner institution. Funding is available to support these visits.
More details on the different exchange opportunities through the Erasmus program can be found here:
Staff members wishing to participate in the program should carefully read the following information:
Additional opportunities under the Key Action 2
The actions under Key Action 2 make 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.
The following actions are managed by the EACEA as described in detail in the Programme Guide:
- Knowledge Alliances cooperation between higher education institutions and enterprises;
- Sector Skills Alliances addressing skills gaps in specific economic sectors;
- Capacity Building in the field of higher education supporting cooperation with Partner Countries.
Additionally there will be a high number of Strategic Partnerships in the field of Education, Training and Youth supported through KA2. The selection and management of these takes place at national level.