The new Erasmus+ programme aims to support mobility relating to education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020.
Erasmus+ financially supports a wide range of activities in the fields of education, training, youth and sport. The programme aims to provide students, trainees, staff and young people under 30 years old with or without a degree, with the opportunity to live abroad, enhance their skills and increase their employability.
The programme helps organisations to work in international partnerships and share innovative practices in the education, training and youth areas. Erasmus+ also has an important international dimension, particularly in the field of higher education. This dimension opens the programme up for institutional cooperation, youth mobility and staffing activities on a global level.
Erasmus and higher education
The Erasmus + programme for higher education contributes to the creation of a European Higher Education Area by pursuing several objectives:
- Improving the quality and reinforcement of the European element of higher education
- Increased student mobility and that of teachers and university staff
- Strengthening multilateral cooperation
- The validity and recognition of acquired qualifications
- The internationalisation of European higher education institutions
The programme promotes mobility in Europe and abroad for students (study or internship periods), teaching staff, as well as for all staff working for a higher education institution.
AMOS & ERASMUS +
In 2012, the school became a part of the ERASMUS programme with the aim of developing institutional relations with European universities to create a specialised network of universities in the sports management field.
AMOS has held the Erasmus+ Charter for Higher Education since 2012 and has renewed its commitments under the 2014-2020 programme.
AMOS’ International Department is introducing various initiatives with targeted European and international universities to set up mobility agreements and to explore collaboration possibilities.
The International Department is here to answer any ERASMUS related queries. Students can also directly contact the academic departments at our partner universities.