International Education Programmes

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the measures taken by governments and institutions, many Erasmus+ projects are facing consequences.
In order to guide Erasmus+ project beneficiaries through this situation, the European Commission published the following documentation.
In turn the Erasmus+ National Agency EPOS published information on its website

For any specific questions on their Erasmus+ project, project coordinators and participants may turn to:
  • The National Agency EPOS for the decentralized action: KA2 Strategic Partnerships
  • the EACEA for centralized actions: KA1 Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees, KA2 Knowledge Alliances, KA2 Capacity Building, Jean Monnet, Sport
The Erasmus+ Project Team of the UGent International Office () is also at your disposal for catered advice, and for bringing possible general questions and/or issues to the attention of the National Agency, EACEA and/or European Commission.

 

EU - Erasmus+ (2014 - 2020)

Erasmus+ is the EU's programme for boosting skills and employability through education, training, youth, and sport. An overview for higher education:

Key Action 1: learning mobility of individuals

Key Action 2: cooperation for innovation and exchanges of best practices

Key Action 3: support for policy reform

Jean Monnet: education and research on EU-integration topics

Sport

 

Impact and Dissemination Toolkit Erasmus+

 


The International Relations Office can assist you with:

  • Information on mobility procedures
  • Background documents on Erasmus+
  • Info sessions on the programme and its new calls
  • Call specific information and templates
  • Training sessions on preparing projects
  • Support for establishing partnerships and preparing project applications
  • Support in setting up new EM Joint Master Degrees

For more information, please contact us via

 

I want to submit an Erasmus+ project

My Erasmus+ project has been selected

       Flemish and Belgian Government

      Ghent University also actively participates in the following scholarship programmes of the Flemish Government : Generic Scholarships, Asem-Duo Flanders, Priority Country Programme and The Washington Center. Students can only apply for one of these scholarships by submitting an application, yearly in March. For more information about the application guidelines, please email .