The Lifelong Learning Programme expired on 31 December 2013 and applications to it are no longer possible. Projects selected within the last Call for proposals, in 2013, will last until 2015 under the same conditions by which they were approved.
As of 1st January 2014, the Erasmus+ programme began, the biggest EU programme covering fields of education, training, youth and sport and lasting until 31 December 2020.
More information about Erasmus+ in English and other EU languages find on:
The Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) is the educational programme established by the European Commission for the purpose of supporting learning opportunities across Europe.
The Lifelong Learning Programme budget of nearly €7 billion will be used for funding actions such as study exchanges, study visits and networking activities. Projects are intended not only for individual students and learners, but also for teachers, trainers and all others involved in education and training.
International cooperation and inovation in the field of lifelong learning, language skills, ICT, dissemination of results
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Support for teaching, reflection and debate on European integration, involving higher education institutions worlwide
More information can be found at the the official website of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Agency Executive Agency (EACEA), at the official webiste of the Directorate-General for Education and Training or at the official websites of National Agencies of each country participating in the Programme.