Course Content
What are the opportunities?
Here you can find out about the different types of opportunities related to the Erasmus+ programme and learn more about the Youth Exchange and Training Course.
Who can take part?
Discover who can join the opportunities mentioned before.
How does it work?
As you know, the European Commission funds these mobilities, so in this section you will learn more about how the funding is distributed and how to prepare yourself to take part in a mobility.
A beginners guide to Erasmus Plus
About Lesson

Accommodation and meals during the mobility period are covered by the host organisation, but contrary to travel, in this case it is not necessary to pay anything in advance. The amount available per person per day is established by the Programme and varies depending on the host country.

Depending on the mobility and its objectives, accommodation varies from one project to another (hotels, hostels, camping, etc.). Generally, you will always be accommodated in shared rooms, allowing you to learn from the experience of living in a multicultural environment.
The accommodation also includes the rooms where the activities of each mobility will take place, which also vary depending on the objectives set out in the project.

The food received during the mobility also varies depending on each project and always offers the option to adapt to the dietary needs of each participant. In any case, 3 meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) plus two Coffee Breaks between activities are provided.