The Erasmus+ Annual Work Programme 2019, published on 11th October, outlines the structure and funding of the programme for 2019.
In 2019, the main novelty will be the activity on European Universities. The selected projects will increase the performance, attractiveness and competitiveness of higher education institutions on a European scale.
Another important novelty, under the Sector Skills Alliances call, will be the inclusion of a lot for the development of sectoral approaches through platforms of vocational excellence, aimed at establishing world-class reference points for both initial as well as continuing training in specific sectors.
From the point of view of technical management, further efforts will be made to optimise, stabilise and improve the performance and user-friendliness of the IT tools supporting the implementation of the Programme, in particular those tools that are used by the beneficiaries of the Programme. These efforts will be carried out with a view to facilitate the access to the programme, notably for new entrants and small entities applying for funding.
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