What is Erasmus+?
Erasmus+ is the European Union’s program for education, training, youth and sport. The European Commission is in charge of the overall management of the programme, namely: budget management, definition of objectives and criteria, supervision and directives for implementation, continuous monitoring and evaluation of results.
Thousands of universities from all around the world are part of this program, including ASE. Every year, universities are allocated a certain strict budget for this type of mobility, depending on the effects of mobilities in previous years and the specific needs of each university.
- More chances to employment – European studies show that Erasmus students have the skills sought by employers: adaptability to new environments, flexibility, networking capacity in different cultural environments, advanced language skills.
- International recognition of studies – Since the launch of the program in 1987, over 3,000,000 students have benefited from Erasmus experience. Erasmus provides full recognition of studies of mobility as an integral part of the home university diploma.
- Adventure – You have a chance to study at one of over 300 partner universities from all around the world while being funded by Erasmus+ grants and also being exempt from the academic taxes from the institution you have chosen. And not only studying, you can also join an internship anywhere in the world, while being funded with Erasmus+ grants. It will definitely be an adventure both professionally and personally!