Financially supported European projects

Depending on the current needs, federal or state-wide programs are initiated for the financial support of European projects. The Berufsakademie Passau has developed, or respectively participated in, projects that above all aim to support vocational mobility. In this column, you can find current and already realized projects.


Specialist employee project "Care for Work" 2013/2014 

Training project "Care for Care" 2013


Vocational training project “Care for Care” at the BAP in Passau

Transnational training projects (ESF)

ESF - Europäischer Sozialfonds für Deutschland The European Social Fund is the central labor market policy funding instrument of the European Union. Europe has been supporting labor market and employment policy in member states of the EU with it since 1957. One focus of the current funding period lies in transnational measures, where the mutual learning from participants from the EU is supported. Through the acquisition of practical professional experience abroad in Europe, the vocational incorporation is supposed to be supported and European mentality is meant to be strengthened on project level.

For further information, please visit the website Seiten des Europäischen Sozialfonds (ESF)

In 2009 the Bap organized for the first time a project in cooperation with the German-French Youth Foundation (DFJW) in the scope of the ESF-program „PRAXIS – transnational qualification measure with internships to promote employment“. The measure is co-financed by the European Social Fund (ESF) of the European Union in cooperation with the German-French Youth Foundation.

Deutsch-Französischen Jugendwerks (DFJW) The German-French Youth Foundation (DFJW) is an organization in the service of the German-French cooperation, with locations in Paris and Berlin. Since its foundation by the „Elysee Agreement“ in 1963, the DFJW has been very commited to generate curiosity for other countries and their culture, to support intercultural learning, to promote professional qualification of young people, to strengthen civic engagement, to sensitize people for the special responsibility of Germany and France in Europe and to encourage them to learn the language of the partner country.

For further information, please visit the website Deutsch-Französische Jugendwerke (DFJW)