As part of the Erasmus + European Program, our students visit every year several companies and organizations abroad where they attend and get informed about various security matters

Vocational education and training

Erasmus+ supports the professional development of people working in vocational education and training (VET) through training periods abroad.
Training periods can be work placements or job shadowing or observation periods at a VET institution or another relevant organisation based in an Erasmus+ Programme country.Examples of such organisations include businesses, public bodies, social partners, research institutes and non-governmental organisations.

A training assignment must last a minimum of two days and cannot last more than two months. This excludes travelling time.

To train abroad with Erasmus+, your institution must be part of a VET mobility project with another institution or organisation.
Before beginning your training, you, your institution and the receiving institution or organisation make a Mobility Agreement. This document sets out your learning goals, rights and responsibilities and also how your training will be formally recognised.

Financial support
EU grants are designed to cover your costs for travel and subsistence during your time abroad, as well as offering organisational support to participating institutions.
Though EU-funded, grants are managed by the VET institutions involved and they are responsible for making payments to individuals.

How to apply
You cannot apply for a grant as an individual. Applications must be made by VET institutions who in turn select candidates for training assignments abroad from their staff.
The selection of staff for training periods abroad should be fair, transparent and well documented.

Letter from the Erasmus Coordinator

Dear Erasmus candidates, staff and students,

Thank you for your interest in us.  By considering our institution for your Erasmus mobility, you make us feel honored and proud.  On behalf of the Global College Management, I would like to express you our sincerest wishes for a unique and interesting Erasmus experience.

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to our new Erasmus website.  I hope that our online information will provide you with all the necessary answers to any inquiries you many have about your Erasmus mobility.

Once again, thank you for your consideration.

Kind regards,

Marios Michael
Institutional Erasmus Coordinator
245 Eleonon St
2048, Strovolos
P.O. Box 24621