Quick View of the Project Types KA201 and KA202


Strategic Partnerships support partnerships aimed at mutual learning and sharing experiences in the European vision, as well as the development, transfer and implementation of new applications. In order for Strategic Partnership projects to receive support, it should be prepared according to at least one horizontal priority or at least one of the sector priorities of the project. In terms of the target, the connection of the project with the sectoral area to which application will be made should be well established. If the project concerns more than one area, application should be made to the relevant sector. In the form, it should be concretely explained why projects should be implemented at an international level in terms of needs, objectives, expected results and impacts.

Strategic partnership projects can be of two types:

Innovative Strategic Partnerships

Projects in this area must produce innovative outputs or include studies to disseminate and use existing ideas.

Strategic Partnerships for the Exchange of Good Practices

The ultimate goal of these projects is to create environments for organizations to build collaborative environments, increase their transnational capacities, and share ideas, practices and methods. Regarding the purpose of the project, these projects are also expected to expand the results of their activities.


Depending on the objectives of the partnership, projects can be created in one of the following two types:

Innovative Strategic Partnerships

Such projects need to produce innovative outputs. Applicants may request support under the Intellectual outputs and Reproductive activities section to provide resources for the innovative aspect of the action.

Strategic Partnerships for the Exchange of Good Practices

The ultimate goal is for organizations to create collaborative environments and strengthen the environments, increasing their capacity to operate at an international level by sharing ideas, studies and methods. Projects that deserve support can produce tangible outputs without seeking an intellectual output and reproductive activity grant. These projects are expected to disseminate the results of the activities consistently.

Proposals should be prepared in such a way as to reflect the goals of the applicant and partner institutions and to serve one or more of the priorities and contents of vocational education, with a clear indication of their relationship with vocational education. It is hoped that the projects to be presented in the KA202 project type will be innovative and provide added value for all European Union members.

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