7 Erasmus+ "Strategic Partnerships" projects selected for the University of Bordeaux

Launched by the European Commission in November 2019, the 2020 Erasmus+ call for proposals represents a budget of over 3 billion euros and will support an even greater number of education and training projects for cooperation and pedagogical innovation.

  • 22/11/2019

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The Erasmus+ program is the leading program in European education. By favoring mobility projects and European cooperation, the Erasmus+ program aims to reinforce skills to enhance employability, to back innovation within the institutions and their internationalization, to promote transparent and coherent use of recognition tools and competence validation and to favor the cooperation between European and non-European countries.

The “Strategic Partners” projects aim more specifically to back the implementation, the development and the transfer of innovative practices. These projects are based on cooperation between education and training actors, civil society or socio-economic players.

The projects receive funding of up to 150,000 euros per year over 24 to 36 months. The financial dotation pays for meetings, employee costs, training activities and distribution events.

The seven projects selected for the University of Bordeaux