FiVO – financial education for early adulthood

Year: 15/03/2023 – 14/03/2024
Program: Erasmus+ – Small-scale Partnerships

Description of the project

Analysis of training needs related to financial education of young adults

Today's young people have little or no familiarity with relevant financial topics such as asset management, loans, credit checks, important insurances, tax issues, first salary (gross or net), first home, etc. and are therefore faced with the challenge of making the right decisions.

Sound financial literacy for everyday activities is a necessary prerequisite for a successful start to independent living and active participation in society.

The small-scale Erasmus+ project, carried out together with the Youth Development Association Parchim (Germany), MMTAcademics (Germany), VHS Kärnten (Austria) and Eurocultura (Italy), aims to locate and compare existing financial education offers in the partner countries.

Furthermore, the project aims to find out which topics are relevant for young people in the field of financial education, how young people can best be supported and which best practice methods can be applied, which will be tested and evaluated by the partner institutions.

On this basis, the project partners will develop strategies for the best support of young people in the future.

FiVO-Final summary

Year: 01/04/2023 - 31/03/2024
Program: Erasmus+ - Small-scale Partnerships in Vocational education and training
Reference number: 2002-3-DE04-KA210-You-000096940
Title: FiVO - Bedürfnisorientierte finanzielle Vorbereitung für den Start ins Erwachsenenleben


Jugendförderverein Parchim/Lübz e.V. (coordinatore) - DE

MMT Academics - DE

Die Kärtner Volkshochschulen - AT

Eurocultura – IT

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.

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