Sara Beltrami

Erasmus+ and Partnership Agreement

Once the funding for your Erasmus + project has been approved, the European Commission, or the national agency on behalf of the European Commission, will send you an official agreement, a contract that regulates the funding and the conditions regarding the costs of your project. Once you have signed this document it will be important to regulate an agreement also between the partners that means a partnership agreement or a bilateral agreement.

Five Stages of Erasmus+ Project Management

The Erasmus+ project management process is usually broken down into separate phases that take the...

How to Run a Project Kick-off Meeting

Usually, an Erasmus+ kick-off meeting takes place after the statement of work or project poster has...

How to Write an Erasmus+ Kick-off Meeting Agenda

The project kick-off meeting for an Erasmus+ mobility communicates the project goals and objectives...

Know the Erasmus+ IT tools

Do you know about the tools available to help you with reporting on your Erasmus+ project? They are...

What Do You Mean by Kick-Off Meeting?

An Erasmus+ kick-off meeting is an opportunity to get the right people in the right room at the...

What is the Erasmus+ Mobility Tool+?

The EU Commission has a number of Erasmus+ tools in place to help organisations with reporting....

Is Erasmus+ Only For European Students?

The general objective of the Erasmus+ mobility programme is to support (through lifelong learning)...

Erasmus+: What Is the Promotion and Dissemination Strategy?

Erasmus+ is a European programme that allows students, pupils and learners to travel and work...

How is the Turing Scheme Different From the Erasmus+ Programme?

The Turing Scheme replaced Erasmus+ following the UK’s exit from the European Union. According to a...