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Second pilot VET mobility scheme for the Western Balkans

Administrative Procedures - European Commission

Call For Proposals EAC/S54/2019

Second pilot VET mobility scheme for the Western Balkans

1.Description, Objectives and Priority Themes

Erasmus+ already offers training, learning and mobility opportunities for VET learners and staff. However, these actions are only open to Programme Countries (27 Member States + 6[1]). Other non-programme countries can take part in certain Actions of the Programme, subject to specific criteria or conditions. A move to internationalise the VET sector is taking place in the EU and a number of Partner Countries are asking for an international opening of the VET actions under Erasmus+, to benefit from the good experience that has been accumulated in the framework of Erasmus+ and its predecessor programmes. 

[1] Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, North Macedonia and Serbia.

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Q&A concerning Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps activities in light of the COVID-19 pandemic

Q&A concerning Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps activities in light of the COVID-19 pandemic



  The COVID-19 outbreak negatively affects ongoing or planned activities under the Erasmus+ programme and European Solidarity Corps.


  The European Commission’s main objective is the safety and protection of all Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps participants, while fully respecting all the containment measures taken at national level. The European Commission is working to help beneficiaries and students, pupils, volunteers and other participants in the programmes deal with the consequences for them.


  The Commission will continue to adapt its response to this unprecedented situation as it evolves, clarifying and simplifying the application of rules and procedures where necessary, in cooperation with Erasmus+ National Agencies and the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).


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11 Youth Goals

1. Education and Learning

2. Employment 

3. European Youth Programmes, and Youth Organisations

4. Gender Equality

5. Inclusion 

6. Information, Dialogue and Difference

7. Mental Health and Wellbeing 

8. Rural Areas 

9. Young People and the EU 

10. Young People, The Environment and Sustainability 

11. Youth Spaces and Everyday Participation

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Important Information

Dear Beneficiaries,



Due to the recent flare-up of the coronavirus epidemic in Europe, and bearing in mind that many Erasmus+ projects have to be implemented in other partner countries, the National Agency for European Education Programmes and Mobility (hereinafter NA) will regularly inform you on its website for any news received from other national agencies. We will publish the news as we receive information from our partner NAs or the European Commission.

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13-11-2019 12:26


This call for proposals is based on the Regulation (EU) No 1288/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 establishing ‘Erasmus+’: the Union programme for education, training, youth and sport (1) as well as on the 2019 and 2020 Erasmus+ Annual Work Programmes. The Erasmus+ Programme covers the period 2014 to 2020. The general and specific objectives of the Erasmus+ Programme are listed in Articles 4, 5, 11 and 16 of the Regulation.

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19-08-2019 16:10

The European Vocational Skills Week 2019 is open for your event registrations!

The European Vocational Skills Week 2019, organised by the European Commission, is taking place again this year with the official Week in Helsinki from 14 – 18 October. But, that’s not all! Hundreds of events and activities will also be taking place across Europe from May through to December as part of the Week.

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14-08-2019 09:57

Erasmus+ cross 2019

Erasmus + is an EU program to support education, training, youth and sports in Europe. The program provides opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train and gain experience abroad. Erasmus + is an effective tool to promote the involvement of people from disadvantaged backgrounds, including newly arrived migrants.

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Presentation of the Eramus+ Program and the European Educational Networks

Friday, May 30, 2019

On May 30, at the elementary school "Marko Cepenkov" Zelenikovo, Presentations for the Erasmus+ Program and the European Educational Networks took place.

Ms. Anabela Naskovska, an employee of the Europass Center at the National Agency for European Educational Programs and Mobility, presented the European Educational Networks and the Erasmus+ Program.

The teaching staff and the professional staff from the Primary School Marco Cepenkov attended these presentations.


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Thursday, May 23, 2019

On May 23, 2019 in the hotel Holiday Inn, a conference took place on the topic: Promotion of the analysis of the Macedonian participation in Erasmus+ - Potentials and Limitations.

At the Conference, a panel discussion was held on lessons learned from the current experience in Erasmus+.

The first part of the analysis provides an overview of the policy framework in which the projects of the decentralized actions of Erasmus plus are implemented, and in the second part the analysis of the data from the questionnaire is presented, by presenting the answers received for the individual questions from the users of Erasmus+ projects.

Erasmus plus is, as it was pointed out, the most visible and most recognizable European program that directly supports the development of human potentials at the European level.

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