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PROGRAMME GUIDES OF ERASMUS+ AND ESC

The Erasmus+ Programme Guide       

The Erasmus+ Programme Guide is an official document provided by the European Commission intended for all those who wish to submit a project proposal under the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme.

The Programme Guide outlines the details and rules of the Erasmus+ programme, covering aspects like objectives, priorities, funding, eligibility criteria, and project implementation.

For example, if an organisation from Bosnia and Herzegovina wants to prepare a video game with a youth club from France, the guide will specify the amount of financial support they can receive and the necessary application steps.

This guide is crucial because it offers all information about how to participate in Erasmus+ projects. It is a reliable resource for anyone looking to engage in educational opportunities across Europe. You can access it through THIS LINK.

The European Solidarity Corps Guide

The European Solidarity Corps Guide is a resource for any organisation from the Western Balkans that wishes to be active in sending or hosting volunteers within the European Solidarity Corps (referred also as ‘Corps’ or ‘Programme’).

This document addresses organisations, institutions and public bodies willing to organise activities under the European Solidarity Corps and young people wishing to get involved in solidarity activities supported by the Corps. For example, if an organisation from Albania is interested in sending volunteers for a community project in Iceland, the Guide will provide information on what kind of activities are eligible, how to design/formulate programmes for volunteers and the support available. The rules and conditions for receiving a grant from the European Solidarity Corps are specified in this Guide and describe the selection procedures and the award of the grants.  You can access it through THIS LINK.


The Erasmus+ Programme and the European Solidarity Corps both originate from a common goal: to establish new norms enabling young Europeans to study, learn, volunteer and work in other countries. Moreover, the opportunity to learn two other languages in addition to one’s mother tongue should be offered to every young person in Europe. The two Programmes play a vital role in advancing the goals of the European Education Area, the Digital Education Action Plan 2021-2027, the European Union Youth Strategy, and the European Union Work Plan for Sport.

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