The new “Erasmus+” programme (formerly referred to as “Erasmus for All”) is expected to be adopted at the end of 2013 and will have a duration of 7 years (from 2014 to 2020).
“Erasmus+” will bring together all the current European Union (EU) and international schemes for education, training, youth and sport, replacing seven existing programmes (including Erasmus Mundus“) with one.
This will increase efficiency, make it easier to apply for grants, and reduce duplication and fragmentation.
The Erasmus+ Regulation is expected to be formally adopted and published by the end of 2013 (possibly in November) and it will include all details as regards its implementation and rules for participation.
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