Erasmus Plus programme is a European Union funding scheme that provides opportunities for education, training, youth, and sport activities. It is named after the Dutch philosopher Desiderius Erasmus, who lived and worked in many places across Europe to pursue knowledge and promote cultural understanding. The Erasmus Plus programme aims to promote cooperation and mobility between European countries and support European modernisation and internationalisation in the fields of education, training, youth, and sport. It offers a range of opportunities, such as study abroad, work placements, volunteering, teaching, training, and networking, for individuals and organisations to gain new skills, experiences, and perspectives and contribute to their personal, professional, and social development. The Erasmus Plus programme is open to a wide range of participants, including students, teachers, trainers, youth workers, volunteers, organisations, institutions, and businesses, and covers various fields and sectors, such as higher education, vocational education, and training, school education, adult education, youth, and sport.