The Commission invites citizens and organisations to give their views on Erasmus+ and its predecessor programmes.
Dear Erasmus Mundus Stakeholders, Partners and Coordinators,
Earlier this week, on Tuesday February 28th, the Commission has launched a public consultation to seek the views of stakeholders and the general public on Erasmus+, as well as its predecessor programmes (Lifelong Learning, Youth in Action, Erasmus Mundus and other international higher education programmes).
The open public consultation is an important part of the assessment of how well the Erasmus+ programme has been working so far and whether and how it might be further developed in the future. The results of the consultation will feed into the mid-term evaluation of Erasmus+, which the Commission is due to finalise by the end of 2017.
The Commission welcomes feedback from all individuals and organisations with a stake in the programme. University staffs, researchers, students, teachers, young people, youth workers, sports people, employers, higher education institutions, NGOs and any other interested parties are encouraged to submit their contributions until the end of May 2017 through an online questionnaire available in all EU official languages.
As we consider it extremely important to build on the hands-on-experience of people who have actually been working with the programmes, we would like to encourage you to share your views with us and to help us shape the future of Erasmus+ and possible successor programme as of 2020.
For more information, please consult the following websites
Online Questionnaire in English
For specific questions regarding the public consultation please contact EAC-ERASMUS-PLUS-CONSULT@ec.europa.eu.
Thank you very much for your valuable cooperation.
The Erasmus Mundus Team