An international exchange provides individuals such as learners, young people, and staff, with the opportunity to go abroad and participate in different activities which enable them to share learning, experience different cultures and develop new skills.
Activities are different for learners and staff but can include:
The Taith Core Programme Guide guide is for organisations and individuals to discover more about Taith, how the programme works and who is eligible to apply for, and receive, funding.Taith Core Programme Guide 2023
Taith’s role as a funding agency is to fund eligible organisations to enable people in Wales to study, volunteer, train and work all over the world.
Organisations should apply directly to Taith for funding on behalf of their participants and we encourage all eligible organisations to apply whether new to international exchanges or more experienced.
We provide support at each step of the process through webinars, face to face events and one to one support. Please contact us if you have any questions about the Taith programme and applying for funding
In addition to supporting applicants we also provide support to successful grant recipients on the day to day management of their Taith projects.
Ysgol Dinas Brân in Llangollen visited Istanbul and Kutahya in Turkey on one of the first Taith Pathway 1 funded trips.
We are a funding agency to fund eligible organisations to enable people in Wales to study, volunteer, train and work all over the world.
Taith has specific funding calls at certain times of the year when the window to apply for funding is open. We will publicise the dates for these on our website.
Eligible organisations should apply directly to Taith for funding on behalf of their participants. Individuals are not eligible to apply directly.
We provide support throughout the entire process with webinars, face to face events and one to one support.
You are welcome to get in touch at any time with questions about Taith and applying for funding: firstname.lastname@example.org