Movetia promotes and supports exchange and mobility with a variety of programmes. Different target groups in the various fields of education can benefit from them. Via the search function, find the programmes that are worth considering for your situation.
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Erasmus+ Cooperation Projects Higher education
For Swiss institutions, there are two possible ways to participate in Key Action 2 cooperation projects (Strategic Partnerships and Knowledge Alliances): As official partners within the Erasmus+ programme or as associated partners within the framework of the Swiss Programme for Erasmus+.
European Continuing Education and Training
Taking part in a European training course of Youth in Action is an opportunity for anyone who would like to network in youth work in the whole of Europe or wants to implement international projects or discuss everyday issues of youth work with colleagues from all over Europe. The options offered are extremely varied and taking part is straightforward and inexpensive.
European Mobility Compulsory education
European Mobility Vocational Education and Training
From local expert to global player: innovative institutions can support their learners, recent VET graduates, VET professionals or their teaching staff in a targeted way with a period abroad (in Europe) – linguistically, professionally, culturally, socially.
European Mobility for Adult Education staff
Offering your staff a continuing education and training opportunity abroad means contributing to their personal and professional development. It also creates an international network of contacts that adds a new dimension to your institution. Mobility projects involve completing job-shadowing periods, continuing education and training (lectures, seminars, conferences, etc.) or teaching assignments in Europe for the staff of adult education institutions.
European Mobility in the Tertiary Field: Swiss-European Mobility Programme (SEMP) / ERASMUS
The Swiss Programme for Erasmus+ at tertiary level is called Swiss-European Mobility Programme SEMP. SEMP gives Swiss higher education institutions the possibility to support students as well as teaching and administrative staff doing a study-, training- or teaching-mobility in Europe with funding.
European Voluntary Service
With the European Voluntary Service, organisations make it possible for young people (adolescents or young adults) to do a voluntary service stint from between two weeks and twelve months, which is of public benefit and gives participants a personal learning experience.
European cooperation Adult education
Strategic Partnerships promote cooperation between between organisations or institutions active in adult education at European level in order to facilitate the exchange of good practice and improve the quality of adult education.
European cooperation Vocational education and training
Strategic Partnerships promote cooperation between VET institutions, professional organisations and companies at European level in order to facilitate the exchange of good practice and the cooperation for innovation.
European cooperation Youth Work
Strategic partnerships are longer-term cooperation projects aimed at promoting innovation in the education and youth sectors. A variety of activities may be engaged in within these partnerships to achieve a shared body of results for the participating organisations or institutions.
European cooperation school education
Strategic Partnerships promote cooperation between between schools and/or institutions active in school education at European level in order to facilitate the exchange of good practice and improve the quality of school education and training. School partnerships offer the possibility, to realize class exchanges between different schools in Europe.
Language Assistants Programme
Language assistants bring a breath of fresh air to classrooms. They add a new dimension to lessons with insights into the culture of their native country and, thereby, motivate pupils to learn other languages. At the same time, they gain initial professional experience and improve their own knowledge of languages. The host schools benefit from additional teaching possibilities.
Mobility Projects for Youth Workers
Networking and exchanges between qualified youth workers from different countries are aimed at supporting the development of quality in youth work in Switzerland.
Youth and Politics
Through transnational projects in the Youth and Politics sphere, young people experience political participation and democratic processes in practice. Together with young people from other countries and with decision-makers, they discuss topics relating to youth policy.
Youth in Action
Youth in Action promotes European exchange and cross-boarder cooperation in the youth field. Youth exchanges with groups of young people from different countries, continuing training meetings all over Europe or transnational cooperation projects for the purpose of quality development: Youth in Action supports organisations and youth workers in various projects.