Erasmus+ 2014-2020 is the EU's program to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe.
Erasmus+ is the Community Framework Program for education, training, youth and sport for the years 2014-2020; it is aimed at promoting skills and employability as well as supporting the modernization of education, training and youth systems.
The program allows to live cultural and professional experiences abroad, to know new higher education systems, improve one’s knowledge of at least another language and meet young people from other countries, actively taking part in the building of a more and more united Europe.
Detailed information about the calls will be published in the announcements on the International Program Office webpages and posted on the bulletin boards.
Erasmus+ for Study offers students the opportunity to spend a period (from 3 to 12 months) studying at one of the EU Partner Universities with which the University of Bergamo signed an inter-institutional agreement.
Erasmus+ students may also receive an ad hoc community grant, attend university courses and use the available structures of the host university without paying additional taxes, with the guarantee of having the period of study abroad recognized by including their academic credits in their career.
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Erasmus+ KA107 ICM International Credit Mobility is an innovative program allowing to start International Mobility projects outside the European Union for European students, lecturers and technical-administrative staff.
In particular, the students enrolled in Bachelor degrees, Master’s degrees and PhD courses may spend a period of study or research abroad at the Partner Universities going from a minimum of 3 to a maximum of 12 months. Scholarships are financed by the European Union and are awarded through calls.
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The Erasmus+ Traineeship Program allows university students enrolled in Master’s degree courses and new graduates to access curricular or extracurricular internships (in case the activity is not included in the course’s program) in one of the countries involved in the Program in companies active in the labor market or in fields like education, training and youth, based in one of the countries taking part in the Program. The grantees will have the chance to gain specific skills and a better understanding of the socio-economic culture of the host country.
Erasmus+ grantees will receive a Community grant for the period they spend abroad, whose amount will be determined every year.
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On 30th January 2019 the European Commission proposed some measures to avoid the interruption of Erasmus+ mobility activities involving the UK in case the country leaves the EU without an agreement ("no-deal scenario").