The Erasmus+ Program is undertaken and financed by the European Union running from 2014 to 2020 and is comprised of activities in the domains of education, culture, youth, and sports. Authorized by the European Parliament, and managing the program’s funding is the European Commission through an agency called EACEA (Educational, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency). The intermediate organization in Romania is ANPCDEEP, operating out of the Romanian Ministry of Education. Within the Military Technical Academy “Ferdinand I”, it is managed by the Erasmus+ and International Relations Office, under the Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator.
The Erasmus+ and International Relations Office is organized by the Military Technical Academy “Ferdinand I” to implement and coordinate programs financed by the European Commission in the domains of education and professional development.