Share your views on Erasmus+ and contribute to the mid-term evaluation
10 October 2023
The public consultation on Erasmus+, the EU’s flagship programme for education, training, youth and sport, has been launched. Your feedback will help evaluate the current and the predecessor Erasmus+ programmes. Take the survey until 8 December 2023. The consultation is available in all 24 EU languages.
Details about the consultation
- open to everyone: learners, educators, youth workers, members of staff from a sending organisation, staff or volunteers working for an NGO or in civil society, as well as to persons from any other background. Your views matter, regardless of your country, age, or background. It doesn’t matter if you or your organisation have already taken part in Erasmus+ or not.
- covers questions such as
- Are the programme’s objectives relevant to today’s needs?
- How well Erasmus+ is doing to reduce its carbon footprint, reach out to people with fewer opportunities, or fulfilling its objective?
- How inclusive and simple the programme is?
The public consultation will help the European Commission gather information and views on the delivery and results of the novelties introduced in this generation of the programme, such as European Universities, Centres of Vocational Excellence and Erasmus+ Teacher Academies.
It will also provide useful insights on the delivery of inclusion measures, simplification progress, and seek input from citizens and stakeholders regarding programme’s resilience, societal contributions, and their suggestions on the future of Erasmus+.
Don’t forget: Erasmus+ is more than student exchange!
The Erasmus+ programme is structured around three key actions supporting
- learning mobility
- cooperation among organisations and institutions
- support to policy development and cooperation
Another strand supports the Jean Monnet actions aiming to support teaching, learning, research and debates on European integration matters.