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Erasmus+, the new EU programme (2014 - 2020) has been provided with a budget of 14.7 billion euros for a period of seven years. For the field of higher education in Germany, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) will perform the tasks of a national agency commissioned by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Erasmus + will continue the components of established programmes. It offers a variety of new programmes with regard to mobility and partnerships. These are helpful for the ongoing internationalization of universities and can be employed strategically.

For more general information on Erasmus +, please go to:
Further information on Erasmus+:

The University of the Arts has been awarded the Erasmus Charta for Higher Education by the European Commission.
The European Policy Statement is part of the Erasmus Charta.

Further information on the new Erasmus+ regulations will follow soon!