Centralised activity funding – don’t miss out!

From 2014-2017, UK education, youth and sport organisations have benefitted from an additional 76.4 million euros of Erasmus+ funding through centralised activities. 

These activities are in areas of the programme which are managed by the European Commission's Executive Agency, with applications for funding being made direct to Brussels.

A variety of opportunities are available via this route for young people and organisations to participate in Erasmus+ which they cannot access by applying to the UK National Agency.

Find out what is on offer and how to apply:

  • Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees: Delivery of joint Master degrees with international HEIs, including funding for student scholarships
  • Capacity Building in the field of higher education: Supporting the modernisation, accessibility and internationalisation of higher education in eligible partner countries
  • Capacity building in the field of youth: focus on transnational partnerships between organisations working with young people
  • Knowledge Alliances: Bringing HEIs and businesses together for transnational projects to strengthen Europe’s innovation capacity, stimulate entrepreneurial skills, and facilitate the exchange, flow and co-creation of knowledge
  • Sector Skills Alliances: aim to tackle skills gaps and align VET systems to sector-specific labour and skills needs throughout Europe
  • Jean Monnet: Activities to promote excellence in teaching and research in the field of European Union studies
  • Sport: Not-for-profit European sport events, plus collaborative partnerships to support good governance in sport, tackle cross-border threats to the integrity of sport and support increased participation in, and equal access to sport and physical activity for all
  • Support for policy reform: wide variety of actions aimed at stimulating innovative policy development, policy dialogue and implementation, and the exchange of knowledge in the fields of education, training and youth 

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