[EU][ERASMUS+] European Policy Experimentations: EU funding to test existing and new policy measures for European priorities in the field of education and training. Submission deadline is 4 June 2024.


Erasmus+ is the European Union's framework programme for education, training, youth and sport in Europe.

Project opportunities include European Policy Experimentations. These projects involve developing, implementing and testing the relevance, effectiveness, potential impact and scalability of activities to address policy priorities in different countries. Supported projects aim at achieving systemic impact at European level, furthering the implementation of the European Education Area. The role of public authorities in European policy experimentation projects is considered crucial.

The European Policy Experimentations Call for Proposals covers a number of topics and priorities. Each project application should address only one of these topics, and within the topic only one priority.


Specific eligiblity criteria pacting the consortium composition may be imposed.

The following topics are most relevant in view of participation from higher education. 

Topic 1: Focus on digital education

  • Priority 1: Building a teaching framework and policy intervention aiming to boost gender balance in pursuing ICT related studies and professions
  • Priority 2: Digital well-being: Putting into practice what works
  • Priority 3: Data literacy strategies in primary and secondary education

Topic 4: Impact in the field of school education - Eligiblity: The coordinator must be a public education authority (national, regional, local level) in accordance with the structure of the relevant education and training system.

  • Priority 8: Pathways to school success
    • A) Assessing learners' competences - developing assessment practices to support school success for all learners (with a special focus on formative assessment)
    • B) Building a systemic, whole-school approach to mental health and well-being in schools in Europe
  • Priority 9: Building sustainable competences
  • Priority 10: Support structures and mechanisms for enhancing mobility of teachers

Topic 5: Focus on micro-credentials - Eligibility: Each project must include at least one public authority at national, regional and/or local level as applicants.

  • Priority 12: Micro-credentials for the digital and green transitions


Deadline and application forms

The deadline to submit proposals is 4 June 2024, 17.00 (Brussels time).

Applications are submitted to the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), through the EU Funding & Tender Opportunities Portal (F&TOP).


Further information

More information about the European Policy Experimentations can be found in the dedicated Call Document that is available on the dedicates submission page of the F&TOP. Be sure to keep this guide handy when preparing a project application.

EACEA has published a set of presentations providing further information on the different topics and priorities, as well as useful resources for applicants on how to draft and submit a project proposal. These presentations can be accessed on this page.

For more information about the Erasmus+ programme, the call for proposals, and the different actions, you can check this page.

For more information about the application process, you can check this page.

For further questions, you are welcome to contact the International Relations Office (DOWA/AI) via eu-educationprojects@ugent.be.

March 20, 2024, 3:17 p.m.