Overview

Total Budget: €14,8 billion

Thematic Categories: Education and Training, Youth, Sport

Beneficiaries: Education and Training Centres, University, Association, State / Region / City / Municipality / Local Authority, NGO / NPO, National Government, Association / Trade Union, Research Institution, Microenterprises (fewer than 10 employees), Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, SMEs (between 10 and 249 employees), Start Up Company, Public Services, Enterprise (more than 250 employees or not defined)

Links:

Serbia Unit:

Foundation Tempus Info Centre – Terazije 39, (I floor) 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

Foundation Tempus office – Ruža Jovanović 27a (entry from Žabljačka street), Belgrade, office@tempus.ac.rs, phone: +381(0)11/3342 430, +381(0)11/3342 432

Standard Eligibility Conditions; Erasmus+ is open to many individuals and organisations, although eligibility varies from one action to another and from one country to another. Individuals can take part in many of the opportunities funded by Erasmus+, although most will have to do so through an organisation taking part in the programme. The eligibility of individuals and organisations depends on the country in which they are based. Eligible countries are divided into two groups, Programme countries and Partners countries. Although Programme countries are eligible for all actions of Erasmus+, Partner countries can only take part in some, and are subject to specific conditions.

The Erasmus+ programme differentiates between programme and partner countries, as regards possible modalities of participation of their institutions. Programme countries are European Union countries, Macedonia, Island, Lichtenstein, Norway and Turkey. Republic of Serbia has become a full member of the Erasmus + programme, i.e. a programme country from 2019 call.  Partner countries can be those countries neighbouring the EU, as well as all the other countries in the world.

For the list of countries please refer: https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/about/who-can-take-part_en

In general terms:

  • For projects relevant for the field of higher education, the main targets are higher education students (short cycle, first, second or third cycle), higher education teachers and professors, staff of higher education institutions, trainers and professionals in enterprises;
  • For projects relevant for the field of vocational education and training, the main targets are apprentices and students in vocational education, professionals and trainers in vocational training, staff of initial vocational education organisations, trainers and professionals in enterprises;
  • For projects relevant for the field of school education, the main targets are: school leaders, school teachers and school staff, pupils in pre pre-primary, primary and secondary education;
  • For projects re levant for the field of adult education, the main targets are members of non-vocational adult education organizations, trainers, staff and learners in non-vocational adult education;
  • For projects relevant for the youth field the main targets are young people from 13 to 30 youth workers, staff and members of organisations active in the youth field;
  • For projects relevant to the field of sport, the main targets are professionals and volunteers in the field of sport, athletes and coaches.

In General:

  • Mobility projects for higher education students. Eu grant for each trainee ranging from 300 to 700 € per month and travel costs of up to 1.100 €.
  • Mobility projects for vocational education and training learners. Eu support for each trainee ranging from 18 to 112€ per day and travel costs of up 1.100€.
  • Joint master degrees. Grants of 2€ to 3 million, covering 4 to 5-year projects.
  • Strategic partnership. Grants of maximum €300.000 for Partnerships lasting 2 years and €450.000 for Partnerships lasting 3 years.
  • Knowledge alliances. Grants of € 700.000 for a 2-year alliance; 1 million for 3-year alliance.
  • Knowledge alliances. Grants of € 700.000 for a 2-year alliance; 1 million for 3-year alliance.

Additional Information: Pre-Financing option is valid depending on the duration of the project (Please refer “Financial Guidelines for Applicants” Priorities of the year can be found in annual work programme.

*As coordinator – institutions and organizations from Serbia are submitting applications to Foundation Tempus. As a partner – institutions and organizations from Serbia can participate in projects that are submitted to the national agency in some other programme country.

Please note that Key Action 1, Key Action 2 and Key action 3 are decentralised programs managed with Foundation Tempus as Jean Monnet Modules and Sport programs are centralised.

Tips for Applicants; Management and implementation structures is well established and overall the relationships are clear. The demand for Erasmus+ funding exceeds the funding available so the barriers for those who wish to enter the programme with no or little experience could be high. Nevertheless, application and implementation procedure are not complicated.

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