The European Commission has granted the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Canarias the renewal of its new Erasmus charter for the period 2021-2027 (Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027), a document considered not only a prerequisite to participate in the programme but also beards a responsibility of the CSMC to respect the new principles of the Erasmus+ programme.

The positive evaluation of the application for the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027 is a resounding recognition of the CSMC's commitment to internationalization and confirms that the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Canarias has internal capacities, mechanisms, structures and processes that contribute to achieving the goals of the Erasmus + programme. The Erasmus Charter establishes the CSMC's institutional policy and strategy, as well as a general quality framework, for its participation in all the actions and projects of the Erasmus + program, which are managed by the Office of International Relations.

The CSMC received the first Erasmus Charter for Higher Education in 2014, and it referred to the period until 2020. In the new period that begins, the Erasmus + program introduces some novelties, such as a greater emphasis on the support of participants from all socio-economic contexts, the digitization and automation of all processes, the implementation of environmental protection initiatives and, finally, the promotion of social commitment and active citizenship of the participants before, during and after their mobility.