Offering support to individuals in the fields of education and youth work, the Foundation Tempus has a number of opportunities available for NGOs:
- Participation in workshops, seminars, conferences and webinars organized by the Foundation Tempus throughout the year;
- Information about possibilities for participation in the Erasmus+ Programme through the website, email, individual consultation, Information Centre, and at the Info Days, which are organized once a year to promote new calls for Erasmus+ projects.
You can find the latest information on activities for NGOs in our NEWS section.
Erasmus+ is a European Union’s programme providing financial support for cooperation projects in three fields: education, youth and sport. The total budget for the Erasmus+ Programme allocated for the whole period until 2020 amounts to 14.7 billion Euros.
Within Key Action 1, NGO representatives can go on mobilities to the EU countries. They can participate (as coordinators or partners) in the following parts of the programme:
KA1 – Vocational Education and Training
KA1 – Adult Education
KA1 – Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Programmes
KA1 – Youth exchanges and volunteering projects (within Youth mobility)
KA1 – Mobility of youth workers
KA1 – Strategic EVS projects
In Key Actions 2 and 3, NGOs can participate as coordinators or partners, under certain conditions, in the following parts of the programme:
KA2 – Strategic partnerships for schools (coordinator or partner)
KA2 – Strategic partnerships in VET (coordinator or partner)
KA2 – Knowledge alliances (partner)
KA2 – Sectoral skills alliances (partner)
KA2 – Strategic partnerships (partner)
KA2 – Capacity building for higher education (partner)
KA2 – Strategic Partnerships in the field of youth (partner)
KA2 – Capacity building in the field of youth – Western Balkans Youth Window (coordinator or partner)
KA3 – Structured Dialogue: meetings between young people and decision-makers (partner)
The Foundation Tempus organizes workshops on how to write a project application to support institutions and individuals in the education and youth sectors of the Erasmus+ Programme.
Workshops cover various types of projects. Their goal is to support NGOs, among others, and prepare them to apply for KA1 and KA2 projects within the Erasmus+ Programme. Workshop topics include: the development of the Logical Framework Matrix, preparation of a detailed project description, development of a project workplan and budget etc.
All workshops organised by the Foundation Tempus are free of charge. Participants are required to fill in the registration form and are given an attendance certificate at the end of the workshop.
The Foundation Tempus is in charge of the promotion and implementation of Erasmus+ in Serbia in the fields of education and youth. One of the key events in the promotion of the Erasmus+ Programme are the Info Days, organized by the Foundation Tempus in Belgrade and elsewhere in Serbia once a year.
The Info Days are organised around the time of the publication of the Erasmus+ Call for Project Proposals and the National Call for Submission of Erasmus+ Projects to provide information about participation in the Erasmus+ Programme to all interested institutions and individuals in the education and youth sectors. Calls for proposals are normally published in October, when the Info Days are also organised.
Attendance at the Info Days is free of charge and potential participants are only required to fill in the registration form. Due to great interest, the Foundation considers regional representation when selecting participants.
With the aim of supporting institutions and individuals in the sectors of education and youth, the Foundation Tempus organises conferences throughout the year on a variety of subjects in these fields.
The conferences are attended by individuals interested in the topic and various experts from local and foreign institutions and organisations dealing with education and youth, for the purpose of networking, establishing cooperation, exchanging good practices and further improvement of the education system and youth sector.
Attendance at conferences organised by the Foundation Tempus is free of charge. Potential participants are only required to fill in the registration form.
WEBINARS – Internet seminars
The Foundation Tempus organises webinars – internet seminars – as a useful tool for improving knowledge and skills “from home” since the user only needs time and a stable internet connection.
The webinars cover various topics – from general information about opportunities for individuals and institutions working in the education and youth sectors to specific ones related to certain parts of programmes or project types.
All webinars organised by the Tempus Foundation are free of charge. Participants are required to fill in the registration form and need a stable Internet connection.
The Foundation Tempus has opened an Info Centre in Belgrade, 39 Terazije St., 1st floor, to support institutions and individuals in the education and youth sectors.
It is open to the public every working day from 10 am to 6 pm.
The Info Centre gives all kinds of information about education in Serbia and Europe and about opportunities for individuals and institutions offered by the Erasmus+ Programme.
Individuals from all fields of education and youth work can learn more about the activities of the Foundation Tempus: conferences, seminars, training programmes, webinars, info days, etc.
Foundation Tempus Info Centre
Terazije 39, 1st floor
Monday – Friday 10 am to 6 pm
The Foundation Tempus organizes individual consultations to support NGOs and inform them about available programmes and possibilities within the Erasmus+ Programme.
Consultations are scheduled via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org