If you want to learn what the Erasmus+ programme is, who can participate, and why it is one of the most important programmes in the European Union, join us at the international celebration called “Erasmus Days.” From the 15 until 17 October, over 3,000 events will be organised in 66 countries, including Montenegro. In accordance with the epidemiological situation, the EU Info Centre is organising an online campaign in cooperation with the National Erasmus + Office, NGOs ADP-ZID, and LDA organisations, the Career Centre of the University of Montenegro, and the Western Balkans Alumni Association.
For the next three days, you will be able tp follow the stories of young entrepreneurs from Montenegro on our social networks, who will share their experiences from the Erasmus+ programme. You can participate in the trivia game by showing your knowledge about this programme. You can find helpful information about the results of the Erasmus+ programme in Montenegro, that we will publish on our Facebook and Instagram pages during the campaign.
Erasmus + is the European Union’s programme for supporting education, training, youth, and sport, in which nearly 10 million people across Europe have participated in over its 30 years of existence. The goal of the programme is to help young people to get an education, professional development, and gain new experiences abroad by enabling and financing their studies, trainings, work or volunteering in various European countries.