Erasmus+ aims to boost students’ skills and employability as well as modernize education, training, and youth work across Europe.

Erasmus+ began replaced the Erasmus programme 2007-2013, now including all former Lifelong Learning Programmes (Erasmus, Comenius, Leonardo, Grundtvig and Transversal), Youth in Action and other international programs.

It has a budget of approximately 14.7 billion euros across Europe and will, over the next seven years, provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, gain work experience and volunteer abroad, support transnational partnerships between and among education, training and youth organizations, and promote sports projects at the grassroots level.

Alma Mater Europaea – ECM started with its Erasmus activities in 2012. We have over 30 international partners and are working on more contracts for future cooperation.