Types of projects

  • School education

  • Vocational training

  • Higher education

  • Adult education

  • Youth

  • Sport

How to apply

In all programs, you must meet the delivery deadline, which is usually in the first quarter of the year. However, the application process also varies according to the program.

List of Programmes

Target group:
  • All
  • Schools and educational institutions
  • Other organizations active in education
  • Companies and enterprises
  • Nonprofit organizations

Academic Information Agency

AIA provides information on offers of funded postings abroad for students and academic staff of state universities, secondary school students (in France and Germany) based on international agreements, and on opportunities for internships and seminars for teachers of French and German.

  • Higher education

AKTION Austria - Czech Republic

A programme to promote bilateral collaboration in science and education between the Czech Republic and Austria. This is a joint programme run by the Ministries of Education of the two countries.

  • Higher education

CEEPUS

Thematically-focused projects are implemented most commonly at the level of universities’ departments or institutes. In all cases, at least three universities from the three countries involved in the CEEPUS programme, which together form a “network”, participate in the implementation of a project.

  • Higher education

EEA Grants

The EEA Grants promote cooperation with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein and facilitate the creation of joint projects, the sharing of experience and study visits and short-term internships abroad.

  • School education
  • Higher education
  • Vocational training
  • Adult education

Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is a European Union programme that promotes cooperation and mobility in all spheres of education, training and sport, youth, and non-formal education. The programme encompasses three Key Actions (KAs) – Mobility of Individuals (KA 1), Cooperation Projects (KA 2), and Support for Education Policy Reform (KA 3).

  • Youth
  • Vocational training
  • School education
  • Higher education
  • Adult education

European Solidarity Corps

The European Solidarity Corps allows young people to gain valuable experience, whether through volunteer stays, involvement in an internship or by acquiring work experience abroad. The programme supports volunteer projects and partnerships, internships and jobs, as well as solidarity projects.

  • Youth