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EU programme for education, training, youth and sport
Published:  21 Oct 2021

Highest ever number of events worldwide for Erasmus Days 2021

Graphical map of the increaing number of ErasmusDays events over recent years

On 14, 15 and 16 October, the 5th edition of #ErasmusDays celebrated the Erasmus+ Programme, with 5,669 events, both digital and in-person, taking place in 65 countries all over world.

With the new Erasmus+ programme  launched in March 2021, this Erasmus Days edition focused on the programme’s new objectives and priorities: inclusion, environmental protection, digital transformation and participation in democratic life.

Thanks to the work done by Erasmus+ National Agencies and National Erasmus+ Offices in Europe and beyond, Erasmus+ success stories enjoyed great coverage on social media, from young people cleaning up a beach in France (link to Twitter) to students in Slovenia making a cake (link to Twitter) for the occasion.

Events were open to the public and included conferences, exhibitions, sports events, social media contests, festivals or podcasts. The organisers were Erasmus+ beneficiaries of all types, from schools and universities, to vocational education institutions and youth organisations.

To celebrate the beauty of this worldwide engagement for the Erasmus+ Programme, we have collected a series of stories in this Twitter Moment and made a video (watch on Vimeo) explaining how the Erasmus+ programme is managed.

Published:  21 Oct 2021