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Alphabet Formation, ABF, is a network of European organizations in the field of human capital development. This investment in knowledge, skills and competences will benefit individuals, institutions, organizations and society as a whole by contributing to growth and ensuring equity, prosperity and social inclusion in Europe and beyond. ABF can be the right partner for your Erasmus+ project in your country.

If you are a partner country neighbouring the EU and you want to implement a project in your country, Alphabet Formation can act as coordinator and help you to directly access to Erasmus + as main organizer.  If you want a research partner that helps you to implement an Erasmus mobility in your local country contact us

If you have the right partner, there’s nothing you can’t do.

Who can participate in the Erasmus+ Programme?

Individuals – students, apprentices, trainees, volunteers, young people, pupils, adult learners, teachers, professors, trainers, youth workers, professionals of organisations active in the fields of education, training and youth constitute the main target population of the Programme. However, the Programme reaches these individuals through organisations, institutions, bodies or groups that organise such activities. The conditions of access to the Programme therefore relate to these two actors: the “participants” (individuals participating in the Programme) and the “participating organisations” (in most cases, legally established organisations). For both participants and participating organisations, the conditions for participation depend on the country in which they are based.

Eligible Participants

As a general rule, participants in Erasmus+ projects must be living in a Programme Country. Some Actions in the field of higher education and youth are also open to participants from Partner Countries.

The specific conditions for participating in an Erasmus+ project depend on the type of Action concerned.

In general terms:

  • For projects relevant for the field of higher education, the main targets are: higher education students (short cycle, first, second or third cycle), higher education teachers and professors, staff of higher education Institutions, trainers and professionals in enterprises.
  • For projects relevant for the field of vocational education and training, the main targets are: apprentices and students in vocational education, professionals and trainers in vocational training, staff of initial vocational education organisations, trainers and professionals in enterprises.
  • For projects relevant for the field of school education, the main targets are: pupils in pre-primary, primary and secondary education, school leaders, school teachers and school staff.
  • For projects relevant for the field of adult education, the main targets are: learners in adult education, trainers, staff and members of adult education organisations.
  • For projects relevant for the youth field the main targets are: young people from 13 to 30, youth workers, staff and members of organisations active in the youth field.

 Eligible Participating Organisations

Erasmus+ projects are submitted and, if selected, managed by participating organizations representing the participants. If a project is selected, the applicant participating organization becomes a beneficiary of an Erasmus+ grant. Beneficiaries sign a grant agreement which entitles them to receive financial support for the realization of their project (grant agreements are not offered to individual participants ) Some actions of the Programme are also open to informal groups of young people.

As a general rule, organisations and groups participating in Erasmus+ projects must be established in a Programme Country. Some Actions are also open to participating organisations from Partner Countries, notably in the field of higher education and youth.

The specific conditions for participating in an Erasmus+ project depend on the type of Action supported by the Programme. In general terms, the Programme is open to any organisation active in the fields of education, training, youth or sport. Several Actions are also open to the participation of other employment sector and labour market actors.

Eligible Countries

The Erasmus+ Programme is open to the following countries:

Programme Countries

The following countries can fully take part in all the Actions of the Erasmus+ Programme:

Member States of the European Union (EU)
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
United Kingdom
Non EU Programme Countries
Former Yugoslav
Republic of Macedonia
Iceland
Liechtenstein
Norway
Switzerland
Turkey
 Partner Countries

The participation of the following countries is limited to certain Actions or subject to specific conditions:

Partner Countries neighbouring the EU
Western Balkans
(Region 1)
Eastern Partnership
countries
(Region 2)
South-Mediterranean
countries
(Region 3)
Russian Federation
(Region 4)
Albania
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kosovo
Montenegro
Serbia
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Georgia
Moldova
Ukraine
Algeria
Egypt
Israel
Jordan
Lebanon
Libya
Morocco
Palestine
Syria
Tunisia
Russian Federation

National Agencies and the Executive Agency may give further advice and support concerning visas, residence permits, social security.  Contact us for more info



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