Courses with CLIC International House
What is Erasmus+?

Erasmus+ is open to many individuals and organisations, although eligibility varies from one action to another and from one country to another.

Eligible countries are divided into two groups, Programme countries and Partners countries. Although Programme countries are eligible for all actions of Erasmus+, Partner countries can only take part in some, and are subject to specific conditions.

Who can take part?

Erasmus+ is open to individuals and organizations.

Option 1: if your school, university, company or organization has an approved mobility project, you only need our PIC number 946601370 to join a course of the Teacher Training Department

Option 2: contact your national agency to guide you through the process

For EU countries:

For the 28 non EU partner countries:

How is it managed?

In the EU countries, the Commission entrusts much of the management of Erasmus+ to National Agencies. Outside the EU, and specifically in the field of higher education, this role is filled by the National Erasmus+ Offices.

The Commission provides funding to the National Agencies, who use these funds to manage the programme’s “decentralised” activities. This allows the Agencies to adapt the programme to suit their national education, training, and youth systems.

These Agencies also support beneficiaries of the programme from the application stage to the end of a project. 

Outside the EU, in the partner countries participating in Erasmus+ in the area of higher education, much of the work of the National Agencies is carried out by National Erasmus+Offices. These offices are the focal point for anyone intending to take part in Erasmus+.

How to apply?

Depending on the part of the programme you would like to apply for, the preparation and application procedure might differ.

Before you apply:

  1. General Call for Proposals

Every year a General Call for Proposals is published, presenting opportunities for organisations and individuals active in the fields of education, training, youth and sport. In the Call you can find the objectives of the programme, an overview of the actions it is divided in, eligibility of potential actors, budget and duration of projects, and submission deadlines for each action. You can consult the latest Call for Proposals in our Calls section

  1. Programme guide

A more detailed overview of the conditions and requirements of the actions you can apply for under the General Call can be found in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide. It is the key document for anyone considering applying, and can be accessed online or downloaded as a PDF. 

  1. Register 

Before you can apply for funding as an organisation you will first need to obtain an EU login. The EU Login Authentication Service (previously called ECAS) is a point for user authentication to a wide range of Commission information systems. 
Then you will need to log-in to the Participant Portal with your EU Login account details and register your organisation to obtain your unique 9-digit Participant Identification Code (PIC). 
If you are an individual wanting to apply you will need to consult with the organisation you are part of (for example your university).

Application process:

Depending on what part of the programme you are applying for, you will need to fill out a specific application form.

Usually this will be by our Web Form; please follow this step-by-step guide that explains how to use this form. 

For the decentralised activities managed by National Agencies please apply using Erasmus+ applications.

For the centralised activities managed by Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) information about the application forms and selection procedure will be available on the EACEA’s website

After you apply:

For more information about application assessment and check, please check Part C – Information for Applicants in the Programme Guide.

Resources and tools

Tools and documents for organisations and individuals to get started with Erasmus+.

Courses with CLIC International House

The listed courses below meet Erasmus program requirements. These courses are aimed at teachers and students living outside of Spain who wish to improve their level of Spanish or their teaching skills. Further information on each course will be sent on request.

EPC15: Cambridge CELTA

For English teachers with no previous experience or those with some limited experience but no training.

A TEFL course to develop the basic techniques to teach English to speakers of other languages.4 weeks, full time 126 hoursMinimum level of English C1
EPC16: IHCYLT (International House Certificate in Teaching Young Learners and Teenagers)

For English teachers with experience and a previous training certificate e.g. CELTA

To develop specialist teaching techniques for teaching Young Learners and Teens from 4-162 weeks, full time 60 hoursMinimum level of English C1


Host family

Make yourself at home during your stay in Sevilla and enjoy Spanish food and hospitality. Our host families vary in both size and age but are all located in the central and historical districts of Sevilla at no more than 20 minutes walking distance to the school.

Shared flat

If you would like to live with Spaniards or other students while still remaining independent, this is a fitting option for you.


Make the most out of the multicultural and friendly atmosphere in our student residences. Kitchen and common areas are shared with other students but you have your own room.


Two historical buildings including ten stylishly furnished and fully-equipped apartments and eight studios in Seville’s centre (about a ten minute walk from our school).

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