‘Our heritage: where the past meets the future’ is a slogan for 2018 - the year that will celebrate our diverse cultural heritage at European, national, regional and local level.
Cascais, a coastal resort town just west of Lisbon, has been nominated for European Youth Capital 2018. This famous Portuguese vacation spot, where around 40% of inhabitants are under 35 years old, has so much to offer!
Do you have some ideas on how the European Parliament could connect more efficiently with young people? It’s time to speak up!
The competition is inviting young professionals and students to pitch a concept for an awareness raising video to be used on social media.
Always wanted to know how the European Commission really works? If you apply for a traineeship you can find out from the inside.
Thinking about working in another EU country, but not sure if it's for you? Take the quiz to find out.
If you are young, interested in political debates and a talented writer this call is for you!
If you believe that European consciousness matters, participate in this competition and win prizes.
Erasmus+ provides grants for activities like student and youth exchange and volunteering (EVS), in the fields of education, training, youth and sport.
Never think you are too young to share your opinion on the future of Europe. Join the most exciting and instructive field trip ever to Brussels, where you can exchange ideas with students from all over Europe!
The youth groups taking part in the EYE2018 are invited to shape the programme of the event by proposing a workshop or an artistic performance!
On 1-2 June 2018 the biggest youth event in Europe will gather 8,000 young people together to discuss the future of Europe and to shape the European Parliament's agenda. Sign up for the adventure in Strasbourg now!
EYE2018, the third edition of the European Youth Event for and by young people, will be back in 2018 from 1st to 2nd June in Strasbourg, France.
The European Commission has announced the selection of 38 new Erasmus Mundus joint master degree programmes.
Travelling on your own for some people is a terrifying idea, for others it’s an opportunity to explore free of any constraints. Whatever your view, it’s important to make sure you’re safe.
The 'Passenger Rights' web page gives you clear and concise information about travel rights in the European Union. It prepares passengers to face any possible situation and ensures a pleasant trip.