Erasmus+ will support:

  • Opportunities to study, train, gain work experience or volunteer abroad.
  • Education, training and youth sector staff to teach or learn abroad.
  • The development of digital education and the use of ICTs.
  • Language learning.
  • Recognition of skills, including those learned outside the formal education system.
  • Strategic Partnerships among educational institutions and youth organisations with peers in other countries in both their own sector and other sectors, in order to foster quality improvements and innovation.
  • Knowledge Alliances and Sector Skills Alliances, to address skills gaps and foster entrepreneurship by improving curricula and qualifications through cooperation between the worlds of work and education.
  • A loan guarantee facility for master’s degree students to finance their studies in another country.
  • Teaching and research on European integration.
  • Exchanges, cooperation and capacity building in higher education and the youth sector worldwide.
  • Initiatives to foster innovation in pedagogy, and progressive policy reform at national level through Prospective Initiatives.
  • Good governance in sport and initiatives against match-fixing, doping, violence, racism and intolerance, particularly in grassroots sport.
 
You can find more information about Erasmus+ at Catholic University in Ruzomberok at: HTTP://WWW.KU.SK/EN/INDEX.PHP/STUDENT-SERVICES/FOREIGN-RELATIONS/ERASMUS