Projects Involving Youths and Young Adults
in Birmingham, West Midlands


Praxis Europe thrives to modernise education, training and youth work across Europe.


We offer exciting opportunities for young people to study, work, volunteer, teach and train abroad in Europe or to simply go abroad on a project and get a taste of what Erasmus+ has to offer.


Our vision is one of commitment to success and ambition; we aim to support marginalised people to find their voice, be healthy and learn new skills alongside developing, achieving and gaining a positive identity and an independent place in today’s society. Our method of mentoring young people involves guiding them to become confident, self sufficient and mature individuals so they can set realistic targets. Through activities and conversations which involve physical and mental participation, our goal is to teach our learners that perseverance, personal motivation and mutual respect for all is key to success.


Erasmus+ is aimed at schools, further and higher education institutions, vocational education, adult education, youth and sport organisations actively involved in delivering formal and non-formal education, training, youth work and sporting activities.


Top ten benefits of Erasmus +:

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1. Develop personally, professionally and academically.
2. Gain vital new skills required for a global economy.
3. Broaden your horizons – physically and mentally.
4. Acquire invaluable transferable skills.
5. Increase motivation to learn.
6. Boost your employability.
7. Develop cultural awareness and open mindedness.
8. Enhance self-confidence.
9. Gain knowledge in new subjects or in teaching methods.
10. Improve and gain language skills.

About Erasmus+

• Costs: up to 100% funded by the EU according to the new rules
of the Erasmus+.
• Average duration of a project: 5-9 days;
• Anyone aged from 18 to 35 is eligible to participate. Sign up now.

How to participate

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It’s necessary to have sufficient English skills, as well as an up-to-date CV. There also might be additional project-specific requirements which will normally be detailed in your information pack.

What are the costs?

The European Union may cover up to 100% of your project / exchange costs through the Erasmus+ programme. Details below:

Accommodation, living and other project / exchange related expenses: 100% funded by the EU. This includes everything except
for travel costs.

Travel (flights, other means of transport) expenses are compensated (up to 100%), based on the distance from your location of residence to the location of the project. These distances must be calculated using the distance calculator supported by the European Commission. Basically, the EU has set maximum amounts of contribution to the personal travel costs, which vary per distance to be travelled. For specifics, please take a look at the table below:

10-99 KM €20 3000-3999 KM €400
100-499 KM €80 4000-7999 KM €620
500-1999 KM €1780 >8000 KM €840
2000-2999 KM €270