Erasmus+ virtual exchanges 2021-2027

Virtual exchanges in Higher Education and Youth

The Action will aim to:

Promote intercultural dialogue with third countries not associated to the Programme and soft skills development through online activities building on digital, youth-friendly technologies and make possible every young person to access high-quality international and cross-cultural education (formal or non-formal)

Support more young people to benefit from intercultural and international experience to enhance critical thinking and media literacy in the use of internet and social media

Foster the digital and soft skills development of students, young people and youth workers, including the practice of foreign languages and teamwork, particularly to enhance employability

Virtual exchanges projects should involve organisations and participants from EU Member States and third countries associated to the Programme, and third countries not associated to the Programme in eligible regions. They should be easily integrated into youth (non-formal education) projects or higher education courses.

For detailed information on the thematic areas, objectives, supported activities, eligibility criteria, etc. read the Erasmus+ Programme Guide