Self-assessment for the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education
Find out how well your institution is implementing the principles of the ECHE and which areas could be strengthened.
ECHE: Make it work for you!
Through the Erasmus+ programme, higher education institutions like yours run European and international cooperation projects. Guidelines for the quality and integrity of these projects are outlined in the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE).
ECHE provides the general quality framework for European and international cooperation activities a higher education institution may carry out within Erasmus+.
This self-assessment helps you to find out how well your institution is implementing the principles of the ECHE and which areas could be strengthened. It generates tailor-made reports with a visual overview of your institution’s performance, plus specific suggestions on how to further improve the implementation of the ECHE.
Who self-assessment is for
Two online assessments have been specially designed for
- Rectors and vice rectors/chancellors. Know how well your institution implements the expectations of the Charter. This assessment only takes about 10 minutes to complete
- International relations officers and Erasmus+ coordinators. Get an in-depth view of your institution’s performance in managing Erasmus+ activities. This assessment takes about 40 minutes to complete.
Please note that for security reasons you must have an EU Login account with a mobile phone linked to it to start the assessment.
I need an EU Login account
Click "Start your self-assessment" above, select "Create account" on the EU Login page and follow the instructions.
Please note - your new account will take 2 hours to be activated.
I need to link my phone to an existing EU Login account
Please sign-in to your EU Login account, go to "My Account" and follow the instructions to add a new mobile device.
Features of the self-assessment
Get a comprehensive overview of your institution’s performance for free. All you have to do is complete the assessment to identify your key areas for improvement.
Be able to evaluate progress over time and compare implementation of the Charter with other institutions.
Your results will be displayed alongside relevant good practice examples. You can share your results with colleagues or invite them to take the self assessment to generate a holistic report and start a dialogue.
Develop a better institutional strategy and bring about positive change in your institution! Participating in Erasmus+ makes your institution more attractive to students and staff and promotes modernisation of teaching and learning methodologies and more!
Reinforce your institution’s commitment to the ECHE principles, which contribute to successful cooperation with others and achieving greater impact together
The results are confidential and will only be visible to you. Neither the European Commission nor the Erasmus+ National Agencies will have access to your results, unless you decide to share them.