We are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Erasmus Programme in 2017 – a milestone for Europe!
30 years of mobility under the Erasmus programme – now Erasmus+ – have provided Europe with thousands of bridges of trust to study, train or volunteer abroad. Today, Europeans can freely cross borders to learn more from each other’s views and perspectives; exchange experience and ideas; share values; and start joint projects. Wider horizons, a broader common understanding and a larger toolset define the Erasmus+ generation.
Whether people have improved their chances of finding a job, developed fresh perspectives on sustainable development, learnt a new language, gained a clearer idea of European citizenship, or found a new passion for volunteering: Erasmus+ has produced many success stories.
We hope the ProChil project will soon be one of them. Until then, read more about the past Erasmus+ experience and about how you can make use of this opportunity at the European Commission Erasmus+ website.