Despite the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Erasmus+ alumni, organisations and National Agencies have organised an array of local events. They will help citizens, media and policy makers learn more about Erasmus+ and the wide range of projects it supports in different fields.
Over 80 countries
More than 5,000 events and initiatives across 82 different countries will be open to the public during these three-day celebrations. Among these, webinars, open doors, partner virtual meetings, photo exhibitions, online escape games and radio shows will enable EU citizens to tune in online.
An online exhibition highlighting Erasmus+ projects which promote inclusion will be available on EPALE, a platform for adult learning professionals in Europe.
Are you keen on participating? Have a look at the map showing all the events organised near you and pick your event! The Erasmus Days is also promoted on social networks. Follow #ErasmusDays, and share your experience by tagging one of our social media accounts!
Find out how we manage the Erasmus+ programme behind the scenes at the European Commission.
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(Note: this article was updated 16 October, where the initial article noted that 3,000 events in 66 countries were being organised).