What is Erasmus+?

The European Parliament has approved the Erasmus+ program for 2014-2020, which entered into effect on 1 January 2014.

In education covers all levels: school, professional training, higher education and adult education.

This program provides support to higher education centers to encourage partnerships between schools and businesses in other EU countries and associated countries.

Some of the priorities of the program are:

  • Give a social dimension to higher education
  • Increase the quality of learning achieved
  • Increase the chances of starting work
  • How can I participate?

    At the beginning of the year we will organize a briefing on the Erasmus+ Programme.

    To participate in the Erasmus+ program students must be enrolled in the second year of a cycle in the center.

    The placement will be made once the studies are ended, between May and July. The minimum length of stay for mobility practice is a minimum of eight weeks to adapt these to the number of hours to perform depending on the FCT training cycle.

    What is Erasmus?

    The Erasmus grant is intended to assist with the additional costs arising from the mobility of students (eg food, travel, accommodation ...)

    The Erasmus grant depends on the length of the stay in the central European host and the destination country. These grants depend on the amount established by the OAPEE managing grants. The amount received can vary from year to year as it depends on European funds.

    Our Internal Mobility Project

    ITES Imatge i so, to join the Erasmus+ has requested the Eche Letter(2014-2020), allowing us to offer scholarships to some of our students from Production, Illumination and Image capture, 3D animation and interactive environments, Sound, Television, Comic and Animation grades to perform part Module Professional Training Workplace FTC (practices) in companies from countries of the European Union.

    Our institute is associated with the Consortium for Erasmus placements, coordinated by the Foundation through BCN Training Network FP. The consortium proposes and develops various projects and mobility training which can be applied also by our students.

    From ITES we want to promote these actions and initiate ourselves in mobility projects and, in the future, expand mobility opportunities for our students. For this reason has been created a Department of mobility formed by ??a coordinator and a team of project leaders and teachers for international relations.