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European Parliament in the area of Authors: Panteia: Paul Vroonhof, Amber van der Graaf; Ockham POLICY DEPARTMENT
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ERASMUS +

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IP/B/CULT/IC/2017-075
Towards a new programme
PE 617.482 June 2018
generation

A study commissioned by the


Committee on Education
MAIN
ABSTRACT FOCUS ON
CONCLUSIONS

• Strategic partnerships should receive Erasmus+ aims to boost skills and The study offers a broad overview of
more support by allocating a larger employability contributing to modernise Erasmus+ and its overall outcomes and
share of the budget. education, training and youth work and performance, focussing especially on
• Adult learning could receive more to foster transnational partnerships the implementation level, it also
specific focus and visibility within the between a wide range of institutions from examines the decision making
Erasmus+ programme education, training, youth and sport procedures adopted for this
• Allow smaller projects conducted sectors. Given the breadth of the programme. In addition,the study
within Erasmus+ with proportionately programme, and the large scope of the provides a reflection of the European
lower administrative and eligibility mid-term evaluation, many areas for Commission’s mid-term evaluation and
requirements improvement arise, despite the finally arrives at recommendations
• Consider the possibility of introducing programme’s success up until now. ( in which can be applied for the remainder
multiple calls for proposals for the other 2014, 1.15 million participants and 70,000 of the current programming period and
fields besides youth to promote participating organisations) to the next period.
accessibility of the programme.
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