What is the Erasmus+ programme?

Multilateral international cooperation projects for the development of formal education

Projects under Key Action 2 involve international cooperation between schools, educational institutions, local or regional education authorities and other school education organisations. The objectives of the projects concern the development and/or transfer of innovations in order to ensure high quality of education, as well as the exchange of good practices. The aim of the activities should also be to gain experience in international cooperation and to strive to change the nature of the institution’s work to a more international one.

Cooperation Partnerships (KA220)

Collaborative Partnerships (KA220): dedicated to organisations wishing to carry out projects on a larger scale. These projects may be devoted to the development of methods, tools or results with high implementation potential – both at the national and international level.

Small-scale partnerships (KA210)

Small-scale partnerships (KA210): dedicated to less experienced institutions wishing to start international cooperation, beginners in E+ or focused on smaller-scale projects. Initiatives should support the social inclusion of participants with special educational needs and promote attitudes towards an active European society. Projects can be based on the exchange of good practices, and the activities carried out (foreign mobilities and local activities) should serve to develop results.