The new EACEA website has gone live today at this address: www.eacea.ec.europa.eu
The new website contains:
information on our programmes for the period 2021-2027;
information on our activities and legal background;
beneficiaries spaces relating to ongoing projects from 2014-2020;
general information about our previous programmes;
EACEA’s new generation of funding programmes for the period 2021-2027 has now been politically agreed. EACEA’s funding programmes for this period will be:
These programmes will build on the success of their predecessors (Erasmus+, Creative Europe, the European Solidarity Corps and Europe for Citizens) and the relevant calls for proposals are expected to be published in early spring.
Selection results for the call European Policy Experimentations EACEA/38/2019 have been published.
This report presents a comparative overview of the main features of national student fee and financial support systems in European higher education in the 2020/21 academic year. It provides the reader with insights on whether any fees are charged to students in higher education, which students may have to pay such fees and how much.
Don’t miss the Third European Education Summit!
Watch the event live online on 10 December 2020.
This year’s themes are:
The aim of this report is to present the state of play and the lessons learned from the delivery of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMD) in the Erasmus+ Programme Countries.
Information on the upcoming Jean Monnet Activities – Kick-off meeting 2020 is now available.
Go to the event page here
The new edition of the Bologna Process Implementation Report shows all the progress made over two decades on mobility, quality assurance and recognition, but also points to the work we need for the future on some areas such as the social dimensions and the inclusion of under-represented groups.