The BE+ Compass

The Erasmus+ programme is a great opportunity for students, teachers, and professionals to study, train, and gain experience abroad. However, navigating the programme can be a bit overwhelming, especially for schools, due to its complexity and vast opportunities.

To help you stay on track and make the most out of your Erasmus+ journey, you can use the BE+ compass as a useful tool.

The BE+ compass is a metaphorical tool that helps school find their direction and stay focused on their goals. It has four cardinal points, which represent the main aspects of taking part in an Erasmus+ project: Starting the journey, Planning an E+ project, Designing and kicking-off an Erasmus+ project and finally additional resources.

By using the Erasmus+ compass, schools can navigate the programme with confidence and purpose. They can assess their goals, plan their project, implement their initiatives, and leverage the programme’s support and additional resources. Whether they are seeking to enhance their education, professional development, or intercultural competence, the Erasmus+ compass can guide them every step of the way. With the help of the compass, schools can make the most of the Erasmus+ programme and provide their students and staff with enriching and transformative learning experiences.