Authorised organisations can now select potential employees, trainees or volunteers for their activities in the European Solidarity Corps.
In the context of the mid-term evaluation of Erasmus+, the European Commission is inviting young people, students, teachers, youth workers, athletes, staff, employers and organisations to have their say on the Erasmus+.
Do you want to learn video production from professionals?
Have you participated in an Erasmus+ programme? Then share your story and win a travel voucher!
Do you have an idea to make the most of technologies to close the gap in society? This competition aims to make technological change and digital transformation more inclusive.
Are you a young entrepreneur leading projects promoting social change? Are you capable of tackling old problems with a new perspective?
Are you able to write a compelling travelling story?
Have your say about the new initiative European Solidarity Corps.
Think of a story on Europe you want to share and an object to illustrate it. This can be anything: a video of your granddad, a photo of a train ticket, a letter from your first girlfriend.
Share your views on studying, working or volunteering abroad and get the chance to win a trip to Brussels, Belgium!
Aarhus (Denmark) and Pafos (Cyprus) take the places of San Sebastian and Wroclaw as the two European Capitals of Culture for 2016. They will have a year of music, theatre, dance, film and literature events showing their culture to the world
Varna (Bulgaria) will hold events and projects designed to demonstrate the active, essential role that young people and youth organisations can and do play in society.
On 11 January 2017, the city of Groningen (The Netherlands), hosts the 14th European Border Breakers Awards, the European music show dedicated to recognise the success of ten emerging artists or groups.
From 1st January to 30 June 2017 Malta will hold the presidency of the Council of the European Union for the first time since the country joined the EU in 2004.
The initiative will allow you to benefit from opportunities to make an important contribution to society across the EU!
Interested in maritime safety matters and working against sea pollution? Then this traineeship is an opportunity to acquire hands-on experience for a period of 3-5 months. Keep an eye on the EMSA website for the nearest deadline!
Are you a young European band of up to 6 members (16-26 years old) playing pop, electro, world, traditional or fusion music? You now have the chance to perform in front of thousands of young people at the heart of Europe during the Yo!Fest.
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!
During one month in October, Time to Move activities will inform young people about European opportunities all over Europe. Hundreds of events await participants in around 20 countries.
The EU Aid Volunteers initiative brings volunteers and organisations from different countries together to work on humanitarian projects worldwide.
The European Parliament has published new statistics on various aspects of young people's lives.
How do Europeans see the EU? And what are their expectations of it? Find out what a recent survey says about the perceptions and expectations Europeans have regarding the EU’s action.
How do you feel about living abroad? Could see yourself studying or working long-term in another country? Find out which Erasmus+ type you are in this quiz, then compare with your friends!
The Report explores young people's participation in economic, political and community life
It's time to get the young voices of Europe heard! What do you want from Europe? What would you like to change? The New Narrative for Europe is a chance to talk about your vision for Europe.
Do you think you'd be the Best Volunteer Ever?