In 2014 the Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP), together with the Comenius-Grundvig and Leonardo programmes, was replaced by the new Erasmus+ programme. The grants are available to residents of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and Macedonia.
The Erasmus+ programme aims to boost skills and employability, as well as modernising education, training, and youth work.
The grants of the Erasmus + KA1 Mobility programme aim to increase the mobility of individuals in all types of education: School, professional training, higher education and adult education.
The grants should cover the majority of the costs involved in travel, living expenses and the course itself. The Erasmus+ program doesn’t allow applications from individuals directly. All applications should come directly from a teaching institution. For more information ask at your school, institute or job centre.
Erasmus+ funded courses in EEA Schools
Educational institutions and schools can apply for funding to take or create a Spanish course in our member schools. For example, many of our schools offer specialized training for European language teachers that teach Spanish as a foreign language, frequently paid for by European funding. All our member schools are accredited by the Instituto Cervantes and this guarantees a high quality of education.
Get in touch with us if you would like to send any of your employees for courses in one of our centres, or if you need help with the application process.