Funding for our courses may be available through the European Union. Comenius and Grundtvig funding are now part of a larger programme called Erasmus+.

If you are applying for our Intensive Study, Language and Methodology Refresher, Active Methodology and Content and Language Integrated Learning courses, then we can help with your funding applications by providing you with detailed programme information and provisional letters of acceptance.

The Erasmus+ programme is intended to support activities in education, training, youth and sport in all sectors of lifelong learning (High Education, Further Education, adult education, schools, youth activities etc).

For more information on Erasmus+ go to

Erasmus+ Funding

Erasmus+ started on 1 January 2014 and will run from 2014-2020. It replaces current funding programmes run by the European Commission in the area of education, training, youth and sport, including the Lifelong Learning Programme.

Our courses in 2021 are eligible for funding that was granted for 2019/20 projects. If your school has received funding for courses that you were unable to attend in 2020, you can still attend these courses in 2021.

Who can apply for the funding?

  • Erasmus+ will be open to a wide range organisations across all sectors of education and training in EU member and EFTA states (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland). As an individual, you will need to apply through your university, college or organisation.

How to apply

  • As a first step your organisation will need to register on the European Commission Authentication Service and submit a plan to request a grant. If funding is awarded, your institute can then choose which courses they would like their staff to participate in. As there is no database you will then be able to nominate our courses and we can provide an information you require. For more details about how to apply, please go to: