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About Erasmus+

Welcome to the Erasmus+ page in Ireland, managed by Léargas and the Higher Education Authority.  This site introduces Erasmus+ and directs you to where you can find more information about funding and opportunities.

Erasmus+ is the European Union programme that supports education, training, youth and sport in Europe.  The programme started in 2014 and runs to the end of 2020.  There are lots of opportunities to set up projects, spend time abroad and gain new skills.  The EU has budgeted €14.7 billion on Erasmus+ over the seven years of the programme.

Browse this site to find links to more information about Erasmus+ in your field.

Every euro that we invest in Erasmus+ is an investment in the future — in the future of a young person and of our European idea. I cannot imagine anything more worthy of our investment than these leaders of tomorrow. As we celebrate the 9 millionth person to take part, let’s make sure we are 9 times more ambitious with the future of the Erasmus+ programme.– Jean-Claude Juncker

Erasmus+ is jointly managed in Ireland by Léargas and the Higher Education Authority.

Listen to Peter McVerry discuss the benefits of Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps at the Léargas Form, 2015. Read more
Check out our collection of top tips for developing an international youth exchange! Read more
No matter what point you are at on your Erasmus+ journey, this list of resources for the School Education field Read more
Erasmus+ Globe
Dissemination is a long name for a simple idea: that you share your knowledge with the people who need it. Read more
Making a short video about your Erasmus+ experience is a great way to inspire others to benefit too. Read more
Applying for an Erasmus+ School Education Partnership?  Check out these tips from Tomás on things to consider before you submit Read more
Barbara Nolan, head of Erasmus+ coordination in the European Commission discusses the future of Erasmus+. Read more
If you are interested in Volunteering and European Solidarity Projects check out the European Solidarty Corps. Read more