On Friday 11 December 2020 negotiations for a political agreement between the European Parliament and the EU Member States were concluded with an agreement that will dedicate over €26bn to the new generation of the Erasmus+ programme.
The European Commission’s proposal for the next long-term EU budget brings both hope and disappointment: compared to the original 2020 proposal it reduces the allocation to the new Erasmus+ programme.
12 EU Civil Society organisations call for a Conference on the Future of Europe that really makes a difference!
12 European civil society organisations unveil today their set of recommendations for a successful Conference on the Future of Europe. The recommendations emerged as outcome of a series of brainstorming sessions between European civil society organisations held in autumn 2019.
On November 14 2019, garagErasmus Foundation participated in the joint NEO-ICP coordination meeting organised by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Union (EACEA) in Brussels.
The Universities UK International and Universities UK (UUKi) re-launched their #SupportStudyAbroad campaign asking the British Government to clearly commit to fund study abroad opportunities in the upcoming years. garagErasmus invites you to spread its message!
garagErasmus keeps on the lookout for the translation of Gabriel’s vows into new concrete measures to make the Erasmus+ programme more inclusive and results-oriented.