Intensified quarantine restrictions in Ukraine: recommendations for the implementation of EU-funded Erasmus+ projects (06.01.2021)

The Government of Ukraine introduced the stricter quarantine restrictions from January 8 to 24, 2021, inclusive. During the period of severe quarantine, it will be prohibited to visit educational institutions, trade in non-food products, hold any entertainment, sports or cultural events. At that, according to the Prime Minister, public transport will continue to operate, “so that […]

Recommendations on the implementation of the EU Erasmus+ Programme for Mobility Actions (KA1)

The European Commission informs about the developed recommendation “Note for the attention of the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps National Agencies directors” in regard to the COVID-19 measures. Mainly, in the higher education, the European Commission recommends to use blended/virtual mobility within the KA1 international credit mobility projects implementation with the focus on the following: […]

Public consultation launched on the new Digital Education Action Plan

The public consultation seeks to gather the views and experiences of all citizens, institutions and organisations from the public and private sectors on the unprecedented coronavirus crisis, the related switch to distance and online learning, and their vision for the future of digital education in Europe. The public consultation will be open until 4 September […]

Participation in Round table “Europe – yesterday, today, tomorrow. The challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic” (19.05.20, online)

On May 19 2020 under the initiative of Simon Kuznets Kharkiv National University of Economics together with the Information Center of the European Union in Kharkiv with the participation of the National Erasmus+ Office in Ukraine  a round table “Europe – yesterday, today, tomorrow. Challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic” in the format of a ZOOM […]

Cluster Facebook-webinar “Erasmus+ during the pandemic COVID-19: challenges and solutions” (31.03.20)

On March 31, 2020 National Erasmus+ Office in Ukraine organised Cluster Facebook-webinar on “Erasmus+ during the pandemic COVID-19: challenges and solutions”. More than 3000 representatives of Ukrainian universities IROs, Erasmus + coordinators and representatives of ICM, CBHE and Jean Monnet project teams joined the online. During a Facebook-webinar, Svitlana SHYTIKOVA, NEO – Ukraine Coordinator, spoke about the […]

Coronavirus: European Commission announces special measures for Erasmus+ and Horizon 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has implications for student and staff mobility and projects funded by EU programmes such as Erasmus+ and Horizon 2020. Several application deadlines for Erasmus+ have been extended. Furthermore, the Commission announced to apply maximum flexibility in the implementation of the Erasmus+ programme within the limits of the legal framework. The Commission issued […]

Updated: Covid-19 coronavirus prevention measures (to att.: Erasmus+ projects teams and mobility staff and students)

Dear Erasmus+ project teams! The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved the restrictive measures to combat the Covid-19 coronavirus threat to prevent the disease from spreading. The Cabinet of Ministers proposed introducing restrictions on holding mass events, which doesn’t apply to events of the state importance. The measures also include quarantine for all educational institutions since […]

Corona virus outbreak – deadlines for Erasmus+ applications extended

As a result of difficulties experienced by applicants due to the coronavirus outbreak, the deadlines for SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS TO SOME ERASMUS+ ACTIONS HAVE BEEN EXTENDED to the following dates: 21 April 2020 (17h00 Brussels time) for all Erasmus+ Sport Actions (Collaborative partnerships, Small collaborative partnerships, Not-for-profit European sport events). Applications to be sent to […]