What are Erasmus+ scholarships?
The Erasmus+ scholarships are part of the unique program that seeks to boost job prospects and personal development, in addition to helping our education, training and youth systems to provide teaching and learning that equip people with the necessary skills to the labor market and the current and future society.
What objective do they have?
- Reduce unemployment, especially among young people.
- Promote adult learning, to obtain skills required by the labor market.
- Integrate people within the framework of the European Union.
- Support innovation, cooperation and reform.
- Reduce early school leaving.
- Promote cooperation and mobility with the EU partner countries.
What geographic scope do these scholarships have?
Member countries of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and Macedonia.
Who can benefit?
Students, teachers, European workers.
What levels do they cover?
They cover all levels: school, vocational training, higher education and adult education.
What do these scholarships cover?
They cover a large part of the travel expenses, the accommodation and the course.
Who can manage these requests?
They can be managed directly by language schools, institutes or work centers. In Spain, the bodies responsible for management are: The Spanish Service for the Internationalization of Education (SEPIE) and the Institute for Youth (INJUVE). And at European level, the Executive Agency in the Educational, Audiovisual and Cultural field.
Until when scholarships are available?
From 2014 to 2020 inclusive.
Escuela de Idiomas Nerja is part of the educational centres and accredited adult schools to teach any Spanish program guaranteeing qualified quality training.
You can request more information at https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/homepage_en