Erasmus+ is the largest educational, training, and sport programme for youth of the European Union, which promotes the possibilities of learning within the EU and beyond, the cooperation between educational institutions, the organisation of youth, enterprises, local and regional governments, as well as non-government organisations.
It also provides support for political changes in member states and facilitates cooperation with countries that are not yet in the EU.
The European Commission awarded Zagreb School of Business the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education on 1 December 2014 for the 2014–2020 period.
The Erasmus+ programme includes all European and international programmes and initiatives by the European Union in the areas of education, training, youth, and sport. It facilitates cross-border student mobility and the mobility of the teaching and non-teaching staff of Europe.
Participating states: All EU member states, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, and Turkey.
Erasmus+ mobility can only be carried out in accordance with agreements between higher education institutions, all of which must hold the Erasmus University Charter. The mobility can either be a study or a professional internship.
Erasmus Policy Statement
Recommendations for the integrations of students with disabilities and staff with special needs into the Erasmus+ programme of higher education