Erasmus+ helps people at all stages of their life, from school through to adulthood, to pursue stimulating opportunities for learning and enabling them to gain the valuable life-skills and international experience they need to succeed in today’s world.
Taking part in the programme helps people to develop personally and professionally; they gain valuable international experience, broaden their horizons, experience new cultures and discover new ways of working. It is of particular benefit to young people who can learn new skills to improve their employability, acquire life-skills, and develop confidence.
STUDENTS, TRAINEES AND YOUNG PEOPLE
Studying, going on an exchange or working abroad gives young people a huge boost to their self-confidence as well as their CV, helping them to stand out in the job market and succeed in this competitive, international marketplace.
STAFF, TEACHERS, LECTURERS, TRAINERS AND YOUTH WORKERS
Teaching or training abroad enables staff to develop new skills. They can get to know first-hand the workings of another education, training or youth support system, learn and share new ideas, and discover best practices
to bring back to their own institution.
SCHOOLS, INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANISATIONS
There are wide-reaching benefits of participation that can be felt across the whole institution, school and organisation. Erasmus+ offers unique career development opportunities for staff, who feel inspired and valued, supporting professional development and staff retention.