brussels - The European Commission provides 2.5 billion euros next year from Erasmus +, the curriculum of the European Union. That's almost 300 million more than this year, a record.
With an Erasmus scholarship students can follow in another EU country education. Also, teachers, trainees and volunteers can make use of the program. Erasmus ' + a year before his thirtieth birthday on cruising speed and offers more opportunities for people and projects than ever before, '' said EU Commissioner Tibor Navracsics (Education, Culture and Sport) on Thursday.
The money will also be used next year for the last month launched European Solidarity Corps, where young people can volunteer in countries affected by disasters. The corps must count 2020 a hundred thousand young people. Organizations can apply for grants from Thursday.