Find Erasmus+ pages in one place!

Tired of constantly searching for information about Erasmus+ on 100 pages? We understand the issue. 

Beside the fact that we are trying to gather step by step all such information on one place - Voyagerasmus, we also decided to create a common list of all relevant portals, platforms, social network pages and blogs offering information about Erasmus+ Programme. We will focus mainly on pages offering general information and pages dedicated to the field of youth within Erasmus+. 

Hopefully this list will make it easier for you to know which page to visit for which purpose (finding general information, open calls for projects, personal insights, travel tips, information how to apply your own project etc.), but also will point out the neccessity of creating one unique place where all such things can happen. 

And if you are especially interested in finding opportunities and applying for Erasmus+ projects, be sure to read our article "Where to find open calls for Erasmus projects".

Let's step into the universe of Erasmus+ pages!

Web pages

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Official site

Official site of the Programme, which is an integral part of the European Commission site. Offers general information and documents of the Programme.

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Eurodesk

As a support organisation to Erasmus+, Eurodesk makes information on learning mobility comprehensive and accessible to youth professionals.

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ESN

Erasmus Student Network mission is representing international students, thus provide opportunities for cultural understanding and self-development under the principle of Students Helping Students.

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Erasmus Now

ErasmusNow is a website dedicated to sharing and finding Youth Projects around the Europe. If Your want to be part of non-formal and informal education in international environment visit us.

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Salto Youth

SALTO-YOUTH provides non-formal learning resources for youth workers and youth leaders and organises training and contact-making activities to support organisations and National Agencies.

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National Agencies

To bring Erasmus+ as close as possible to the participants and make sure it works well across different countries, the EU works with National Agencies to manage the programme. National Erasmus+ Offices (NEOs) assist the European Commission and local authorities in the

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The Erasmus Bible

A page dedicated to exchange students in Europe and young travelers, where you can find student accommodation, city guides, trips and much mroe. They even have a web shop with cool Erasmus t-shirts. Their slogan is "Study, Party, Explore,"

Blogs

Erasmus+

The Erasmus+ blog is the best place to go for the latest news about what’s happening in the Erasmus+ community - from top tips on project management to how-to guides and case study interviews. 

EUtopia Erasmus+

A group of organizations that, through storytellers, want to prepare future participants for the Erasmus + experience.

ESN blog

Erasmus is one of those adventures which can’t be forgotten - we don’t feel the same when we come back. Through this blog they try to be remembered.

Step Europe

Their mission is to see young people use their full social, physical and intellectual capacity. It's easier to see it through their stories.

Facebook Groups and Pages

Pages with open calls for projects and information about Erasmus+, where you can find a new experience. 💫✨

Youth in Action

80.900 Members

Erasmus+ partner search

24.000 Members

Erasmus Plus Projects

47.400 Members

Erasmus Plus Sport

16.000 Members

Erasmus Plus Project Expert

4.800 Members

Erasmus+ For Everybody

10.300 Members

Erasmus Programme

25.700 Followers

Erasmus+

416.000 Followers

 

Erasmus Plus

22.280 Followers

When searching for Erasmus+ content, of course have in mind that there are numerous web pages and blogs on national languages, as well as specialized pages and blogs dedicated to particular areas of Erasmus+ (studying abroad, mobility of staff etc.). As mentioned above, in this post we've focused mainly on the area of youth, but we also provided links to some pages where you can find mixed informations and explore more about Erasmus+.

And of course, don't forget Voyagerasmus - your unique window to Erasmus world! We are trying to be better day by day, and soon we are bringing something new and innovative to connect Erasmus+ community - so stay tuned!

Hopefully this will be of your help, and don't hesitate to comment below if you would like to add or suggest something!

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