Erasmus+ is all about its participants and their stories! From 14- 16 October 2021, past, present and future beneficiaries will have the chance to celebrate the EU’s flagship programme and share their experience at events and initiatives organised across the world.
#ErasmusDays in a nutshell
This three-day celebration was first held around the 30th anniversary of Erasmus+ in 2017. It celebrates the programme’s success and showcases the benefits of the life-changing learning experience it offers.
Institutions, organisations and individuals who have benefitted from an Erasmus+ funding can organise their events and share their project results.
The options for these events are endless: from exhibitions, conferences and discussion panels to poetry slams or digital events like e-tournaments, webinars or podcasts.
Over the years, #ErasmusDays have hosted more and more events across the globe. Even the COVID-19 pandemic was no obstacle to the success of the 2020 edition. 5,024 events were organised in 84 countries worldwide by Erasmus+ programme beneficiaries that year.
In light of the brand-new Erasmus+ 2021-2027, this year’s events will be an unmissable occasion to show how the new programme will contribute to the European Commission priorities, like inclusion, digitalisation and environmental sustainability.
Organise your event
If you are an Erasmus+ beneficiary who currently receives or has received Erasmus+ funding, get in contact with the National Agencies managing the Erasmus+ Programme in your respective home country.
Visit the Erasmus Days website and find out how to register your event!