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Romania will receive nearly €52million in 2014 from Erasmus+,

At Coventry University there are about 500 Romanian students (Source: International Student Blogs)

Erasmus+ will help to address skills gap by providing opportunities for people to study, train, gain work experience or volunteer abroad. Giving young people this opportunity to increase their long-term job prospects.
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Erasmus+ is being launched at a time when 26 million people across Europe are currently unemployed, including nearly 6 million young people. The youth unemployment rate in Romania is over 23%, with 185 000 registered as out of work.

As well as supporting mobility opportunities for individuals, Erasmus+ will increase the quality and relevance of Europe´s education, training and youth systems through support for the training of education staff and youth workers, as well as stronger partnerships between education and employers.

On 10 March, the Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou  will address an event organised by the Ministry of National Education and the European Commission on tackling the challenges faced by ´NEETs´ (young people not in employment, education or training).

The following day, she will launch Erasmus+, the EU´s new funding programme for education, training, youth and sport, which will provide grants for 120 000 Romanians to study, train, gain work experience or volunteer abroad over the next seven years – 50% more than under previous EU programmes. The Commissioner will also visit Roma projects in the capital with Hungarian-born philanthropist George Soros, a long-time campaigner for Roma rights

Romania will receive nearly €52million in 2014 from Erasmus+, an increase of 11% compared with the funding it received last year from the former Lifelong Learning and Youth in Action Programmes. The level of funding will increase each year between now and 2020. Romania can also benefit from Jean Monnet grants for European integration studies in higher education and for transnational projects in sport.

Between 2007 and 2013, around 80 000 Romanian students, young people and education, training and youth staff received grants from the EU´s former Lifelong Learning and Youth in Action programmes, which have been replaced by Erasmus+


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