What Does an Erasmus+ or Turing Scheme Project Typically Look Like?

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Find out more about what a typical Erasmus+ or Turing Scheme project looks like here.

The Goal of Erasmus+ and The Turing Scheme

The goal of any Erasmus+ or Turing Scheme project is to gain international knowledge and work experience, and this could be an internship or a training opportunity for your students and teachers (who accompany your students).


Project Duration

A normal project usually takes anything from two to twelve weeks. We recommend starting with anywhere from two to four weeks, as this is the most common duration when starting projects. We also suggest 20 to 30 students at the same time, as a starting point, and sending them all to the same destination so you have the whole group together. It’s easier to handle and we can really make sure that everything is taken care of, with the help of our Group Leaders.


Gaining Funding For Your Mobility

A rule of thumb is that an application can be between one to 3% of your total student population, this helps you to do the maths! A typical funding for your first year would be between EUROS 50,000 to EUROS 100,000 and we can help you fundraise through our application writers. We’re there for you every step of the way and then once your project is established, over the following years we aim to increase the funding numbers depending on your needs and the interests of your educational institution or NGO.


We’re looking forward to hearing from you and can’t wait to get started on a project with you! Get in touch here.


Read also the following blogs:

What Are The Best Steps to Take to Develop an Erasmus+ Project?

What Is Erasmus+ and Turing and How Can You Apply?

What will an Erasmus+/Turing Scheme Experience Actually be Useful For?