Platforms and networks
Erasmus+ funds initiatives that provide necessary expertise for the implementation the programme.
These can take the form of bodies that produce analysis and information such as the Eurydice network or online collaborative platforms such as eTwinning, which connects teachers around Europe.
Visit and explore
This platform is a repository of projects funded by Erasmus+, including information on the results of these projects, where available, as well as a selection of good practices and success stories. The platform also contains information about the organisations responsible for those projects, providing possible future partners for those interested in taking part in Erasmus+.
Eurydice is a network established by the European Commission and the Member States to support and facilitate European cooperation in the field of education. All EU Member States are part of Eurydice, along with some non-EU countries which are participating in the Erasmus+ programme. Eurydice helps improve education systems in Europe by providing high quality information on education policy and practice. It provides descriptions of national education systems, comparative studies, indicators and statistics.
eTwinning offers a platform for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.), working in a school in one of the European countries involved, to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, share and be part of a European learning community.
Eurodesk is one of the most comprehensive and accessible sources fo free information about learning mobility opportunities. Eurodesk also provides national support in 34 countries, as well as training opportunities in an international environment.
SALTO-YOUTH is a network of centres providing non-formal learning resources for youth workers and youth leaders, as well as organising training and networking activities to support organisations and National Agencies active in the Erasmus+ programme.
The School Education Gateway is a single point of entry for teachers, schools, experts and others in the school education field. It presents European education policy, news, trends, expert articles, national initiatives, actions for schools, areas for interaction, educational project best practices and additional resources, available in 23 languages.
EPALE is a multilingual open membership community for teachers, trainers, researchers, academics, policy makers and anyone else with a professional role in adult learning across Europe.