Just recently, the European Commission announced the new round of funding for 2023 that includes €4.2 Billion for the Erasmus+ Programme and €142 million for the European Solidarity Corps. Given that we will now be entering a new year of funding, EUPA will be organising two project labs for potential beneficiaries that are interested in applying for EU funds for the respective deadlines that we will have throughout 2023. These project labs, will primarily concern the first call in 23rd February 2023 for both Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps.
The Project Labs will be offered in three of the sectors that our Agency caters for, Youth, Adult Education, and Vocational Education and Training. Both provide an overview of Erasmus+ Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals, however, the youth sector will also cater for the European Solidarity Corps funding as well. We will will delve deeper into the various actions through workshops, that will provide participants with a more practical overview on how to create good quality projects.
The Project labs will be held for the various sectors on the following dates:
10th January 2023 16:00-19:00 – Erasmus+ KA 1 Youth and European Solidarity Corps Project Lab at EUPA Offices, Hamrun
The Erasmus+ Youth and European Solidarity Corps Project Lab is for those working in the youth sector who are interested in learning about funding opportunities. The session will focus on:
- Mobility projects for young people- “Youth Exchanges”
- Mobility Projects for Youth Workers
- Youth Participation Activities
- Solidarity Projects
12th January 2023 08:00-11:00 – Erasmus+ KA1 Adult Education & Vocational Education and Training at EUPA Offices, Hamrun
The Erasmus+ Adult Education & VET Project Lab is for those working in vocational education and training and adult education who are interested in learning about funding opportunities under Erasmus+ mobility for learners and staff.
- Mobility for learners and staff in vocational education and training
- Mobility for learners and staff in adult education