Erasmus+ funding for blended course delivery
The Erasmus+ UK National Agency have confirmed to us that from autumn/winter 2020, beneficiary organisations will be encouraged to offer blended programmes with a period of online learning preceding the face-to-face phase.
How will the funding work for blended courses?
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- Participants on blended courses will not get a grant for the virtual/online phase of the course, and institutions will not receive course fees for this part.
- Participants will get the Erasmus+ grant as normal during the face-to-face phase of the course, and institutions will recieve course fees.
- Some special needs support may be available for the online phase
- Beneficiary (sending) organisations will get the normal rate of Organisational Support for both the online and face-to-face elements of an online or blended programme