Lifelong Learning Programme takes the form of an integrated programme composed of four sectorial sub-programmes, a transversal programme targeted on cross-cutting areas, and a programme to support teaching, research and reflection around European integration and key European institutions. The Lifelong Learning Programme will run for 7 years (2007-2013).
The overarching priority of the Lifelong Learning Programme is to reinforce the contribution made by education and training to achieving the Lisbon goal of making the EU the most competitive knowledge-based economy, with sustainable economic development, more and better jobs, and greater social cohesion. Every part of the programme will give priority to action supporting development of national lifelong learning strategies by the countries participating and reinforcing collaboration between the different parts of the education and training system, strengthening the lifelong learning continuum, and supporting the acquisition of key competences.
The Office for Community Programmes is responsible in "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urbanism - Bucharest with the coordination of the programmes financed by the European Commission in the context of Longlife Learning Programme.
More information about LLP: ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/llp/index_en.html