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Erasmus+ funding is available for youth projects in Glasgow Anniesland

Do you work for a youth organisation in Glasgow Anniesland? There is €12.8million of Erasmus+ funding available for youth projects which could support your 2018 activities in Scotland’s Year of Young People. The next application deadline is 26 April so don’t delay - apply now! http://bit.ly/2ueR3vg

The total funding available to UK organisations this year is over €170 million, compared to €148 million in 2017. Last year, Scotland received its highest ever allocation, with €22 million shared by 169 Scottish organisations across the education, youth and voluntary sectors.

Erasmus+ funding enables participants from the UK to go abroad study, work, volunteer, teach or train. Every year, Erasmus+ funds around 16,000 UK higher education students to benefit from a study or work placement abroad, 6,000 UK vocational education and training students to benefit from a work placement abroad, and 5,000 young people, often from disadvantaged backgrounds, to benefit from a volunteering experience abroad.

The funding is open to schools, further and higher education, adult education and youth organisations. Funding covers a range of activities, from vocational training placements to collaborative research, from joint projects between schools to training for youth workers, and is delivered across the UK by the British Council and Ecorys. Students and young people that take part in Erasmus+ face lower unemployment; are more likely to gain management positions, and have higher academic attainment.

https://www.erasmusplus.org.uk/youth-funding

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