The Erasmus+ Programme Guide has been launched today.

In a post-pandemic European community, the priorities of the new Programme are inclusion and diversity, digital transformation, the fight against climate change and participation in democratic life. Since its adoption in 1987, the objective of the Erasmus+ Programme has been to support education, the youth in Europe and beyond and contributing to sustainable growth, quality jobs and social cohesion while driving innovation. Erasmus+ actively strengthens European citizenship and identity. A key instrument for building a European Education Area, the Erasmus+ Programme is managed by the European Commission.



Watch the Press Conference with EU Commissioner Mariya Gabriel today to learn more about the launch of Erasmus+ 2021-2027: