eTwinning is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union and is managed in the UK by the British Council. The British Council is the United Kingdom's international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities.
Erasmus+ offers schools funding for life-changing international activities. €36 million is proposed for UK schools in 2019, up from €30 million in 2018.
Through the funding:
As part of the Erasmus+ programme, eTwinning plays an important part in giving schools access to this funding for life-changing international activities.
eTwinning is a free and secured online community, with over 600,000 schools and colleges from over 40 countries taking part. Through the eTwinning website, you can find partner schools abroad for Erasmus+ projects. The website also allows you to save and share your Erasmus+ project work for free!
There are two key application deadlines:
We advise you to get started as soon as possible! You can find out more, ask for support and search for a school partner here.
Watch these short films to see how UK schools from all education sectors have supported their Erasmus+ project through eTwinning.