Erasmus+ for higher education: Application deadlines and information events for applicants for Call 2024

The European Commission has published the 2024 Erasmus+ Call for Proposals and the Erasmus+ Programme Guide. This page contains information on the application deadlines and application guidance sessions for Erasmus+ activities in the higher education sector.

Dr. Fathiah Zakham receives OWSD-Elsevier award

Dr. Fathiah Zakham, a microbiologist from Hodeidah University in Yemen and an Institute of International Education Scholar Rescue Fund (IIE-SRF) fellow and Finnish National Agency for Education (EDUFI...

More accessible air travel – INCLAVI, an Erasmus+ project, enhances equality for persons with disabilities

Erasmus+ funding is making air travel more accessible for people with disabilities. Coordinated by Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, the INCLAVI project aims to improve training of aviation staff by raising their awareness of accessibility. The project involves representatives from the business world and disability organisations.

Grant for Erasmus Mundus Design Measures awarded to a Finnish higher education institution for the first time

In the 2022 Erasmus Mundus application round, funding was applied for Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters (EMJM) and Erasmus Mundus Design Measures (EMDM). Applications were received from across the...

Erasmus Mundus Master's programmes increase the capacity of Finnish higher education institutions to participate in international joint degree programmes

The European Commission has granted funding for Erasmus Mundus projects. Erasmus Mundus Master's programmes are high-quality, international joint degree programmes organised by several universities. Through these programmes, the quality, innovation, and internationalisation of European higher education are developed.

Funding for global cooperation awarded to several Finnish actors

The results of the 2023 application round for Erasmus+ Capacity Building projects showcase Finnish actors strengths in global cooperation in higher education, vocational education and training (VET) and sport.

Foreign Ministry to support five Finnish higher education institutions in their collaboration with developing countries

In 2024–2026, the higher education cooperation of Finland’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs will prioritise teacher education, climate change and the circular economy, and food security. The Foreign Ministry grants just over EUR 6 million to the seven projects approved for the partnership programme.

Experiencing Europe from different angles – Jean Monnet funding supports Otaniemi general upper secondary school and the Aleksanteri Institute of the University of Helsinki

Jean Monnet funding, which is intended for the development of teaching, familiarises university students with current topics concerning Eastern Europe. Otaniemi general upper secondary school in turn develops innovative teaching methods to help to show the EU in a more interesting light to young people.

Erasmus+ Teacher Academies building the future of teacher education in Europe

The 2022 call for proposals of the Erasmus+ Teacher Academies action resulted in funding being awarded to 16 new Teacher Academies. The action supports the professional development of teachers across Europe. Read on to learn how Finnish organisations fared in the call and what Finnish project coordinators think about the international cooperation carried out in the Teacher Academies.

TFK Programme funds 7 cooperation projects in the separate Call for Ukraine

The third application round of Team Finland Knowledge programme included a separate call for Ukraine. The object of the Ukraine Call was to support Finnish higher education institutions’ (HEIs) cooperation with the Ukrainian higher education institutions. Finnish National Agency for Education granted in total 485 875 euros for 7 projects. Funding amount per project varies between 57 010 and 79 590 euros and project period is 1.8.2023-31.12.2025.
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