Programme Guide

The Erasmus+ Programme Guide is the key document for anybody who would like to have a thorough knowledge of the Erasmus+ programme.

The Erasmus+ Programme Guide is an integral part of the 2021 Erasmus+ Call for Proposals.

Organisations and institutions seeking funding in the framework of this call must comply with the conditions for participation and funding expressed in this Guide.

The document provides information on:

  • the priorities of the programme,
  • the actions supported,
  • the funding available for different actions,
  • detailed information on participation.

Distance Calculator

The distance calculator is designed for organisations taking part in the Erasmus+ Programme to calculate travel distances for grant support to individuals.
Based on the distance expressed in km, the corresponding distance band must be chosen in the application and report forms.

In order to use the calculator, you should:

  1. Begin typing a location in the “From:” box when provided with the list of locations, click on the correct one.
  2. Repeat the procedure for the “To:” box.
  3. Click “Calculate” to obtain the distance, provided in kilometres.

Please note that you must choose a specific city, town, or village and not a country.

If you do not click on an option in the “From” and “To” boxes, no result will be displayed.

If you receive a distance of NaN, please refresh your page and follow the instructions above.

You can access the distance calculator here.

Erasmus+ Presentations

This section includes presentations promoting higher education opportunities under the Erasmus+ programme. The information has been tailored to suit individuals and organisations.

Call for Proposals 2021

The new Erasmus programme 2021-2027 has been launched. The first annual work programme and the Call for Proposals 2021 have also been published.

Erasmus+ Call for Proposals, published on 25/03/2021 in the Official Journal of the European Union can be accessed here.

The detailed conditions of this call for proposals can be found in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.