About Erasmus

WHAT IS ERASMUS +?

Erasmus+ is the EU Programme approved by the European Parliament on the 1st of January of 2014. The Erasmus+ Programme supports the implementation of the Europe 2020 strategy in the field of education and training to improve the internationalization, multilingualism and job inclusion of European youth. 

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WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?

We define 4 different participants in the Erasmus+ Key Action 1 Programme:

  • Sending Organisation: Educational Institutions accredited by the EU as partners in the Erasmus+ Programme.
  • Participants: European students selected by their educational institutions to participate in the Erasmus+ Programme.
  • Host Organisations: Companies, entities and institutions located in an EU member country or associated but different from the participant’s country, interested in welcoming international trainees.
  • Intermediary Organisations: Companies, entities or institutions such as IDee based on the coordination and management of Erasmus+ projects in the host country of the participants.

 

DURATION OF THE INTERSHIPS

The duration of the internships is from 2 weeks to 12 months throughout the year.