Erasmus+ in Malta in 2021
Statistics on mobility, cooperation and other data.
Erasmus+ and mobility
Supporting mobility of learners, staff and young people is and remains the essence and the backbone of Erasmus+.
About 10 million individuals, including students, learners, professors, teachers and trainers in all sectors, are expected to participate in mobility activities abroad during the course of the programme.
Through the unique experience of living, studying, training or travelling abroad, participants gain self-confidence and soft skills, discover different cultures and build networks of interpersonal and professional relationships with people from other countries.
This fosters their employability and active participation in society and contributes to greater social inclusion and a strengthened European identity.
Maltese mobility projects data
Mobility of Staff and Students
Erasmus+ cooperation projects
Erasmus+ increases the support for projects that foster cooperation and exchange of practices, allowing key actors to make better use of new technologies, develop innovative teaching, training and learning methods, promote non-formal learning and develop common tools and activities.
In cooperation projects and policy development activities, organisations gain experience in international cooperation, strengthen their capacities, produce innovative approaches, exchange good practices and network.
Through these actions, Erasmus+ plays an important role in strengthening resilience and supporting recovery and innovation in the fields of education, training, youth and sport.
Maltese cooperation projects
Contribution to Erasmus+ programme priorities