ETWINNING AND ERASMUS+

As part of the Erasmus+ programme, eTwinning can be an important part of an Erasmus+ project:

  • eTwinning is the easiest way for teachers to find and get to know partners whom they can then apply for funding with.
  • The eTwinning platform can also be used to securely host, support and share Erasmus+ project work - all for free!

APPLY FOR FUNDING NOW

The UK National Agency and the European Commission are closely monitoring information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

Please note, due to the impact of the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the deadline for both applications has now been extended to 23 April 2020 (11am, UK time).

For the latest information on the transition period, please visit Erasmusplus.org.uk.

ETWINNING - ERASMUS+ CASE STUDIES

Read the 2019 eTwinning book featuring the award winning UK led eTwinning - Erasmus+ project 'SPARKS' (page 20). The project between Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Kingdom focused on students learning, researching and exploring the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030.

WATCH THE BELOW SHORT CASE STUDY FILMS

GET STARTED ON ETWINNING: THREE SIMPLE STEPS

It’s a good idea to register with eTwinning before you apply for Erasmus+ funding. As a teacher in a school or college, eTwinning enables you to search for potential Erasmus+ partners from schools across Europe, engage in online partnerships and carry out projects within a secure platform - free of charge.  

  1. Register on www.eTwinning.net. Please note that your login details will also work on the School Education Gateway, where you can also find staff professional development and strategic partnership opportunities that qualify for Erasmus+ funding.
  2. Search and connect with a partner teacher who is ready to start an Erasmus+ project (you can indicate this on your eTwinning teachers desktop profile). Register an eTwinning project with your prospective Erasmus+ partner (which will also secure the foundation level of the International School Award for your school).
  3. Apply for Erasmus+ funding for your project.

Contact us via eTwinning@britishcouncil.org. Tell us that you would like us to arrange for a fully funded workshop at your school, or at a suitable location in your region and we will send a local eTwinning ambassador to help kick-start your eTwinning-Erasmus+ international journey.

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