The Erasmus+ programme funds different mobility projects and partnerships for cooperation.
Mobility projects provide learners with opportunities for learning experiences and/or gaining vocational experience abroad. For staff, mobility periods enable professional development, networking opportunities and exchange of good practices. A mobility project may be, for example, a youth exchange planned by young people themselves or an educational institution’s mobility project involving several hundred people.
For example, different partnerships for cooperation can be used to exchange good practices, develop curricula, plan joint degree programmes and develop policies in the fields of education, training and youth. The project may be a small-scale partnership between two organisations, an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree offered by several higher education institutions together, or a project aimed at developing the European Centres for Vocational Excellence.
You will need partners from other countries for most of the projects.