Erasmus+ public consultation launched

The European Commission has published an online questionnaire to gather views on the purpose and impact of the Erasmus+ programme.

This consultation is part of a wide-reaching mid-term evaluation that will pull together information and opinions on Erasmus+ (and its predecessor programmes such as Lifelong Learning Programme and Youth in Action) to help shape how it will look after 2020. There is a focus on how Erasmus+ is implemented, and its added-value as a European programme. A full explanation of the consultation and how you can take part is on the European Commission’s website.

Organisations and participants from across education, training, youth and sport are encouraged to take this opportunity to have their say and help create the future programme. The deadline for contributions is 31 May 2017.