Lifelong Learning Programme
Lifelong Learning Programme – LLP – consists of four sectoral sub-programmes:
and two complementary programmes:
Lifelong Learning Programme was established by the decision of the European Parliament and the Council of Europe (No. 1720/2006/EC) in 2006, and is a continuation of the previous generation of educational programmes Socrates and Leonardo da Vinci (1985 – 2006).
The objective of the Lifelong Learning Programme is to create an advanced knowledge society, sustainable economic development, more and better jobs and a stronger social cohesion in the European Union. The programme encourages cooperation between educational institutions across Europe, mobility of the participants in the educational process, development of tolerance and multiculturalism, at the same time preparing the participants for successful participation in the European labour market.
Erasmus sub-programme is a programme of academic mobility intended for higher education. Within the frame of the Erasmus sub-programme the students can spend a part of their study on an institution of higher education abroad or doing a traineeship, which significantly contributes to their independence, cultural richness, foreign language skills and the ability to work in multicultural environment.