Corrigendum to the Erasmus+
Programme Guide
Version 1 of 15/12/2015
1. Eligible countries
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Missing footnote 17
Footnote 17: Classification used in the framework of the Partnership Instrument (PI).
2. Mobility Project for Higher Education Students and
Staff
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These are the geographical targets set for mobility between Programme and Partner
Countries at EU level by 2020:
•
With Neighbouring countries (East and South), mobility should be mainly
inbound to Europe: no more than 10% of the mobility should be outbound
to these countries. This does not apply to Russia;
•
With Developing Asia and Latin America, 25% of the mobility should be
organised with the least developed countries of the region. These countries are:
•
For Asia: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Laos, Nepal, Bhutan and
Myanmar;
•
For Latin America: Bolivia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Paraguay;
•
No more than 30% of the budget available for Asia should be spent on mobility
with China and India;
•
And no more than 35 % available for Latin America on Brazil and Mexico.
3. Mobility Project for VET Learners and Staff
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WHAT ELSE YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THIS ACTION?
More compulsory criteria and additional useful information relating to this Action can
be found in Annex I of this Guide. Interested organisations are invited to read
carefully the relevant sections of this Annex before applying for financial support.
PARTICIPANTS FROM OUTERMOST REGIONS AND OVERSEAS COUNTRIES AND
TERRITORIES
In line with the Regulation establishing the Erasmus+ Programme, which calls on
taking into account the constraints imposed by the remoteness of the outermost
regions and the Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTs) of the Union when
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implementing the Programme, special funding rules are set in order to support
expensive travel costs of participants from outermost regions and OCTs insufficiently
covered by the standard funding rules (based on contribution to unit costs per travel
distance band).
Applicants of mobility projects will be allowed to claim financial support for travel costs
of participants from outermost regions and OCTs under the budget heading
"exceptional costs" (up to a maximum of 80% of total eligible costs: see "What are the
funding rules?"). This would be allowed provided that applicants can justify that the
standard funding rules (based on contribution to unit costs per travel distance band)
do not cover at least 70% of the travel costs of participants.
OTHER INFORMATION
More compulsory criteria and additional useful information relating to this Action can
be found in Annex I of this Guide. Interested organisations are invited to read
carefully the relevant sections of this Annex before applying for financial support.
4. Strategic Partnerships in the Field of Education,
Training and Youth
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“As outlined in the 2011 EU Modernisation Agenda: increasing attainment levels,
contributing to social inclusion and promoting intercultural and civic competences of
students; improving the quality and relevance of higher education; strengthening
quality through mobility and cross-border cooperation; making the knowledge triangle
work, including by inter-disciplinary cooperation; improving governance and funding.
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Relevance of the project
(maximum 30 points)
The relevance of the proposal to:
-the objectives and the priorities of the Action (see
section "What are the aims and priorities of a Strategic
Partnership"). If the proposal addresses the horizontal
priority "inclusive education, training and youth", it
will be considered as highly relevant.
The extent to which:
-the proposal is based on a genuine and adequate
needs analysis; -the objectives are clearly defined,
realistic and address issues relevant to the
participating organisations and target groups;
-the proposal is suitable of realising synergies between
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different fields of education, training and youth;
-the proposal is innovative and/or complementary to
other initiatives already carried out by the
participating organisations;
-the proposal brings added value at EU level through
results that would not be attained by activities carried
out in a single country.
5. Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education
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Footnote n° 78: "Cooperation with ACP countries will be eligible provided that the
relevant legal and financing decisions foreseen by COUNCIL REGULATION (EU)
2015/323 of 2 March 2015 on the financial regulation applicable to the 11th European
Development Fund have been finalised" "Indicative only. Subject to the provisions of
the revised Cotonou Partnership Agreement and multiannual financial framework
2014-2020"
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Minimum EU grant for Joint and Structural projects: 500 000 EUR
Maximum EU grant for Joint and Structural projects: 1 000 000 EUR
Maximum EU grant for Joint and Structural projects involving only Region 11: 800 000
EUR
6. Sport
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The second edition of the European Week of Sport will take place in September 2016.
The final date will be communicated at the end of November 2015. start on 10
September 2016. Apart from the activities organised by the European Commission,
Member States will also organise National Weeks.
Further information as regards the European Week of Sport, including the focus
themes, can be found on http://ec.europa.eu/sport/week. http://ec.europa.eu/sport/."
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Not-for Profit European Sport Events
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" As regards the European Week of Sport, the total budget allocated to not-for-profit
European Sport events supporting the implementation of the 2016 European Week of
Sport (approximately 1.800.000) will be divided into 2 lots:
• a maximum of up to 50% of the budget will be dedicated to the organisation of
maximum 3 EU-wide physical activity/sport events, taking place on the opening day of
the Week in all at least 5 capitals (or major cities) of participating countries
simultaneously and accessible to the general public;
• the remaining share of the budget will be allocated to smaller size events, taking
place throughout the Programme Countries during the European Week of Sport."
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[table]
Eligible events and participants:
"For not-for-profit European sport events related to the 2016 European Week of Sport:
-EU-wide physical activity/sport events taking place on the first day of the European
Week of Sport must be organised simultaneously in at least 20 Programme Countries
5 capitals (or major cities) of Programme Countries;
-For other events taking place in the period during the European Week of Sport:
European-wide sport events organised in one country must involve participants
to the event from at least 3 different Programme Countries;
OR
events must be organised simultaneously in at least 3 Programme Countries."
Dates of the event:
For not-for-profit European sport events related to the 2016 European Week of Sport:
the event must take place in September 2016 (dates will be communicated at the end
of November 2015) during the European Week of Sport or during the National Weeks.
For not-for-profit European sport events not related to the 2016 European Week of
Sport: the event must take place in 2016 (any date).
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