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Jean Monnet: Teacher Trainings

The Jean Monnet Teacher Trainings aim to support schools and VET providers in planning, organising and delivering EU content in their curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Teachers and trainers are keen to engage in opportunities for their own professional development; a significant number of teachers express the need to expand their competences for developing an inclusive classroom atmosphere using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), and teaching in multilingual and multicultural classrooms. They also need opportunities for professional expansion regarding the European dimension of teaching at school, in particular on teaching about the European Union in engaging ways. 

The overall objective is to promote a better understanding, both in general education and vocational training (ISCED 1 – 4), of the European Union and the functioning of its Institutions.

Activities supported

Jean Monnet “Teacher Trainings” must respect one of the following forms: 

  • training about teaching methodologies in order to address European Union matters;
  • training on European Union matters; 
  • learning experiences on European Union subjects which complement already existing courses (collaborative learning among classes, co-teaching);
  • seminars, summer and intensive courses, other kinds of EU experiences involving other stakeholders.

The project should last three years.

Maximum grant award: EUR 300,000.


Who can apply

One Higher Education Institution or one Teacher Training Institute/Agency providing initial and/or in-service training to teachers of schools and/or VET institutes  The applicant should be established in an Erasmus + Programme Country. Individuals cannot apply directly for a grant.
Applications should be sent to the Education, Audiovisual, and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) by 2 June 2021, 17:00 (CET). For further support, HEIs should contact the National Agency in their country.

Read more in the Erasmus + Programme Guide 2021.