The #ErasmusDays are three days of events to celebrate the Erasmus+ Programme, discover more the worlds of international mobility, and promote European citizenship.
On one side exhibitions, concerts, contests, seminars, partner networking, open days, distribution of Europass Mobility documents, digital events… On the other side, they provide an important platform to share about your personal experience within Erasmus. Many countries are organizing a multitude of actions for #Erasmusdays.
The #ErasmusDays 2020 edition made its first big step: 200 events will already take place around Europe.
The registrations for #ErasmusDays 2020 events are open on https://www.erasmusdays.eu/ since May 9th and it reached the important number of 200 events taking place on the 15th, 16th, and 17th of October 2020.
In total, 16 countries started to work on their events on the map: Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Netherland, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, and Ukraine, the first non-program partner country to join the 2020 edition.
How can you participate?
- Organize an event – live or online. Once you have planned your event you can get in contact with the organizers of the #ErasmusDays, promote your event on the official website and download the communication toolkit.
- Take part in an event and spread the word about the event you are attending posting on social media with the hashtag #ErasmusDays. On the home page, you can check out the map of the events organized near you.
- Share your Erasmus experience. Whether you are an Erasmus beneficiary or you had your Erasmus experience some years ago, this is the space to share your experience and feelings about it. You can write a post, share photos, videos, music on the social network using the hashtag #ErasmusDays. Your contribution will help who is new to the Erasmus program to learn more about it from the inside.
For more information about #ErasmusDays and to register your event, visit the #ErasmusDays website.