Erasmus+ Funding Boosts European Universities Alliances in Higher Education


Erasmus+ has boosted the cooperation between European Universities alliances by offering funding of up to €14.4 million for each alliance for a four-year period, totalling a record overall budget of €402.2 million.
According to a press release by the European Commission, these European University alliances are establishing a new generation of Europeans who are able to study and work across the zone as well as combine their studies in different EU states, creating their ultimate academic careers, reports.
Another seven new European Universities alliances have been added, taking the total number of alliances involved to 50, working across more than 430 universities and colleges in 35 countries, such as the EU Member States, Iceland, Norway, Türkiye as well as Balkan countries; Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, North Macedonia and Bosnia Herzegovina.