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Erasmus+ Libya 

Welcome to NEO-Libya

What is Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is the new EU programme which aims to support actions in the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport for the period 2014-2020. In order to achieve its objectives, Erasmus+ Programme implements the following 3 Key Actions (KA) and other activities are:

Key Action - 1
Learning Mobility of individuals
– International Credit Mobility
– Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMDs) 

Key Action - 2
Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices
– Capacity Building in Higher Edication (CBHE)
– Knowledge Alliances and Strategic Partnerships that are open to partner country’s participation

Key Action - 3
Support for policy reform
– Teams of Higher Education Reform Experts (HEREs)
– Commission’s policy dialogues with the partner ountries/regions
– Studies
– Regional chapters of Erasmus+ Alumni associations in the partner countries

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Erasmus+ Progress in Libya

Here is the progress stages of the seven erasmus+ CBHE projects Libyan Universities are partner in.

100%

Enrol

100%

EuNiT

70%

Enbrain

57%

WHEEL

100%

INSTART

100%

PAgES

11%

LibyaUp

100%

Libya Restart


New selected Erasmus+ Capacity Building Projects | 2020 Selected CBHE Projects: 

100%

5%







For Cooperation Opportonities:

Please Contact the national Erasmus+ Office in Libya using the presented form.

Address

Ministry of Education
National Authority for Natural Scienecs Research and Technology 
City, Tripoli 
Annaser Street

Contacts

Email: neo@erasmusplus.ly 
Phone: +218.92.134.5566 
WhatsApp: +218.92.134.5566

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.