Where can I go?

Europe is such a diverse and exciting region - culturally, historically, politically and geographically - you are bound to find somewhere that suits your learning or training needs. With 33 participating Programme Countries to choose from, you could be travelling to the midnight sun of Iceland or the eastern markets of Istanbul.

Outside of the UK, there are 27 EU countries, including their Overseas Countries and Territories, and five non-EU countries (Iceland, Norway, Turkey, Liechtenstein and the Republic of North Macedonia) where you can go during your Erasmus+ project. It may also be possible to go to additional ‘Partner Countries’, depending on the sector and Key Action. 

You will need to check with your sending institution, organisation or school as to where you can go within these groups, as it will depend on their agreements, partnerships and priorities. Your destination will always be the place that offers the best learning opportunity for you. Take a look at our Erasmus+ stories page and be inspired by what others have done.

Useful websites

Eurodesk UK is a free information service on European work, study, travel and volunteering opportunities.

The British Council’s Study Work Create website has useful information for young people living and travelling abroad.

Visit the Global Graduates website for lots of useful student information. 

Take a look at the Just Landed website as they have guides to more than 60 countries, all of which provide practical information about issues such as health, insurance, finding accommodation, visas and permits, banking, and telecom services.

To see a list of Programme and Partner countries, take a look at our 'Participating countries' page.