The future of Erasmus: take part in the public consultation

In mid-September, the Commission launched a public consultation to glean the general public's opinion on recent developments in the program such as European universities, the centers of professional excellence and Erasmus+ academies for teachers, the inclusiveness and simplicity of the program. It represents the current mid-term evaluation of the current program (2021-2027) and the final evaluation of the previous program (2014-2020), it is a lever for continuous improvement of this European support.

The objective of the consultation is to gather information, expert analyzes and points of view from all stakeholders in the program, but also those of the general public in order to arrive at a measured and evidence-based judgment concerning the how the program was executed.

You can participate in this public consultation by completing the online questionnaire. Organizations and businesses participating in public consultations are invited to register in the EU Transparency Register. To provide feedback, you must register or log in using your social media account.

participate here before December 8, 2023, allow 30 minutes of your time. To date, more than 500 reviews have already been accepted. France only represents 6% of respondents.

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