Why you can learn a language: 4 common linguistic myths


Whether you aspire to becoming a talented multi linguist or to learn some basic phrases there are many benefits to learning a new language regardless of age or ability.

5 things coming soon from the NA this autumn


School, university, work? Whichever applies to you from the above, September is a month of ‘back to?s’. It’s also the start of our activities to support you applying for Erasmus+ funding in 2015. As the 2015 Call is due to be published this month; we recently published an editorial on what you can expect. The […]

Webinar: 2012 Call Leonardo and Grundtvig final reports top tips


Whether it?s back to school, college or even work after your summer break, September is a busy month in the educational calendar.

Erasmus+ Community in Motion


As some record breaking A-level results and increases in university places have been circulating in the news, the Erasmus+ programme has the opportunity to start its own records over the next seven years. “Between now and 2020, 250,000 people will benefit from funding in the UK” said Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism […]

6 tips for budding women entrepreneurs


Almost one year ago we published this post with some inspiring Lifelong Learning Programme projects which looked at the theme of entrepreneurship. With such relevance for the Erasmus+ programme we thought we would re-post one of our most successful articles – please comment and share your tips if you haven’t done so already! We hope […]

Why you shouldn?t miss our new project support pages?


We’ve launched a new project support area on our website designed to help you through every stage of running your Erasmus+ project. It contains information for both Key Action 1 Vocational Education and Training and Adult Education projects as well as information for all other fields. We will be adding more information about starting your […]