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EU programme for education, training, youth and sport


Erasmus+ has contact points and offices worldwide.
Depending on your needs, they can help you apply, find partners and funding, and more.

Contact points in the EU and programme countries

The international office of your university or training institution is also a useful source of information if you cannot find what you are looking for.

Students and trainees

Erasmus+ has National Agencies which can help with

  • applying for funding
  • finding exchange possibilities
  • finding partner organisations

Applicant organisations

Erasmus+ has National Agencies which can help with

  • guidance on applying for Erasmus+
  • finding project partners
  • technical support with application forms

Erasmus Mundus applicants

Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters are run by higher education institutions.

You can search and contact your chosen institution directly.

Contact points in the rest of the world

Specialised offices are available if you are looking for help from outside the EU or its programme countries.

Africa, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Americas

Erasmus+ National Focal Points (ENFP) in these regions can help you find out

  • if you can take part in Erasmus+ as an individual
  • if your organisation can take part in Erasmus+