Inspiring a love of learning
The Grundtvig programme was part of the European Union’s Lifelong Learning Programme from 2007-2013. It supported individuals and organisations involved in non-vocational adult education to participate in European training activities and projects.
The Grundtvig programme has now been replaced by Erasmus+, the new European funding programme for education, training, youth and sport. New funding opportunities for adult education can be found on the Erasmus+ UK website.
Your Grundtvig project or training activity starts the moment you begin to develop your aims and objectives and start building a relationship with your partner, host or participants.
Every individual or organisation that receives Grundtvig funding needs to complete a report which is linked to the final payment of your grant.
Disseminating your project or training activity is an essential part of your grant so that others, such as end users, decision makers and stakeholders, benefit from your experience.
If you need any help or advice, our team are always happy to help.
Last Edited 19/03/15 By: Jonathan Lear