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Published:  16 Dec 2021

Erasmus+ Annual Report 2020 released

With an increased annual budget, the Erasmus + programme helped support hundreds of thousands of education experiences in 2020.

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Today, the Commission has published the 2020 annual report of Erasmus+, showing that the programme has delivered on its objectives for the year, with high implementation levels and an efficient use of funds. Follow the link below to download the 2020 Annual report of Erasmus+.

Budget increase

In 2020, the budget amounted to €3.78 billion - €506 million more than 2019, representing an increase of 15%.

With this budget, Erasmus+ supported almost 640,000 learning experiences abroad and provided funding to around 20,400 projects and 126,900 organisations.

For more detailed statistics, follow the link to the annex of statistics for the Erasmus + annual report 2020.

Follow the link to explore the new 2020 country factsheets.

Published:  16 Dec 2021