Life-long learning Erasmus programme (European Region Action Scheme for Mobility of University Students) has been already realized and it is on of the most popular programmes of both students and teachers exchange.
The programme is aimed at improving the quality of higher education, cooperating of higher schools, enriching language skills, and understanding different cultures. It is possible to apply for this programme at any higher education institution that has got Erasmus University Charter.
33 countries, where 27-are of European Union, take part in this life-long learning programme. Free trade associations and countries of European Economic zones, such as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Sweden, as well as EU candidates: Croatia and Turkey participate, too.