EU Funding explained

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For almost a decade Language Link has worked with European partners on a range of EU funded projects or ‘Key Actions’ under the Erasmus+ label. Eligible projects cover many areas, including co-operation and exchange programmes between EU institutions and individuals.

The available funding is substantial but applying for it can be an administrative challenge for already busy teaching staff. Language Link takes the stress out of the application process by providing quick and easy guidance for our Erasmus+ partners.

If you are seeking a European partner for your Erasmus+ project, please call us on: +44(0)20 3214 8258 or email us at eu@languagelink.co.uk

Key Action 1 Travel for education and training

Key Action 2 Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Key Action 3 Support for policy reform

Other EU Funding

Key Action 1 Travel for education and training

Key Action 1 is divided into two main types of activity: Decentralised activities for the UK run by UK National Agency and centralised activities run by the European Commission’s Executive Agency based in Brussels.

Key Action 2 Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Key Action 2 is divided into two main types of activity: Decentralised activities for the UK run by UK National Agency and centralised activities run by the European Commission’s Executive Agency based in Brussels. Key Action 2 covers the five fields of higher education, vocational education and training (VET), schools, adult education and youth. It is important to note that target groups and activities for Key Action 2 vary by field.

 

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