I organize

#01 I would like a communication kit. How do I get one?

Your Erasmus+ agency may have a communication kit available in your language. Please check the website of your Erasmus + agency on this link.

#02 Where can I get official documentations to provide during my event?

You can order documentation from your Europe Direct information centre: https://europa.eu/european-union/contact/meet-us_en.

#03 Can I get more than one #ErasmusDays print communication kit?

You can only have one print kit per event. The budgets allocated to Erasmus + projects include dissemination activities. You can also contact the communication department of your institution for additional materials and outlets.

#04 I ordered an #ErasmusDays print communication kit. When will I receive it?

Delivery times may vary from one country to another. Generally speaking, if your event is approved and you have ordered a kit, you should receive it not later than a week before the start of the #ErasmusDays. To know more about the delays, please check the website of your Erasmus + agency on this link.

#05 What does the #ErasmusDays print communication kit include?

The #ErasmusDays print kits vary from one country to another. Some countries don’t provide any print kit. Please check the website of your Erasmus + agency on this link to have more information about #ErasmusDays print kit in your country.

#06 Do all the countries involved in #ErasmusDays provide a print communication kit?

No, print kits are not available in every country. Please check the website of your Erasmus + agency on this link to have more information about #ErasmusDays print kit in your country.

#07 My event is registered on the website, but I would like to edit it. How can I do?

If you want to change any information in relation to your event (date(s), content, images, etc.), please send those changes to us, including a link to your event (e.g. http://erasmusdays.eu/yourevent), at erasmusdays@agence-erasmus.fr.

#08 I registered my event on the website but I don’t see it on the map. Is it normal?

Events submitted must be approved by a web administrator before being visible on the map. It means there could be a short delay between the submission of the event and its validation. In any case, if you have received a confirmation email, your event will be reviewed shortly.

#09 I registered my event on the website but haven’t received a confirmation email. Is that normal?

When an event is submitted on the website, you receive an automatic email confirming the submission few minutes later. If not, please check your email again, including your “junk mail” folder. If you still can’t find it but you think having correctly submitted your event, please wait 72h and check if it appears on the map of events. There could be some technical issue preventing the confirmation email from reaching you due to high security filters in your server. If your event is not on the map within 72 hours of registration, please feel free to register it again.

#010 I want to register an event on the website, but I am unable to submit it, because an image is required. What do I do?

You can download the digital kit which is available on the website and use one of the visuals provided in it. Please make sure the file size is not too large (ideally, less than 500 KB).

#011 What is the deadline to register my event on the webite?

You have until October 9 at noon (CET) to register your event on the website.

#012 Can I organize an #ErasmusDays event before or after 15 to 17th of October 2020?

The official dates of #ErasmusDays are 15, 16 and 17th of October 2020. You cannot register an event with a different date on the website, because it is precisely the concentration of activities on those days which guarantee strong media coverage.

#013 Is it mandatory to be an Erasmus + beneficiary to organize an event for #ErasmusDays?

No, you do not need to be an Erasmus+ project sponsor to participate in #ErasmusDays. You could organize an event if you are a not-for-profit association, an information centre, or a public or private organization involved in education and training abroad. Individuals could also express their attachment to the programme via social medias : more details.

I participate

#01 Are these events accessible for people with reduced mobility?

Each organizer uses the means which they deem to be useful or which are at their disposal to provide access to anyone eligible to participate in their events.

#02 How can I contact an event’s organizer?

Information about events are provided in the event listing. To view a listing, check the map or the list of events on the website’s homepage.

#03 How can I know the topic of the events organized?

The event listing gives you access to event’s websites and social networks. Follow them for the latest news provided by the event’s organizer.

#04 Is there any admission fees to join an event?

The vast majority of the events are free. The terms and conditions of participation are provided in the event’s listing, which you can reach from the homepage of the #ErasmusDays website.

#05 Do I need to reserve a spot to attend an event?

The terms and conditions of participation differ from one event to another. Check the event description for more info.

#06 Which countries are hosting events for #ErasmusDays 2020?

#ErasmusDays take place anywhere in the world, as long as the event has a strong connection with the Erasmus + programme.

#07 Are the events open to everyone?

In theory, anyone can participate in an #ErasmusDays event. However, each event is organized by an individual structure which could decide not to open its event to the general audience (e.g. an #ErasmusDays event for a school’s students, parents of students and teachers). Each event on the map includes a description which will give you more information about this.

#08 How can I find the events organized around me?

Check the map accessible from the website’s homepage to know about the events organized around you. You can select the country, the dates and the type of event you want to attend.

#09 When do the 2020 #ErasmusDays take place?

#ErasmusDays will take place on 15, 16 and 17th of October 2020, in each country involved in the celebration.

I share

#01 Where can I follow the events live online?

The events will be available live on the social wall "Your reactions".

#02 How can I share my Erasmus experience abroad?

We encourage students, teachers and trainers, job seekers, and anyone who has benefited from the Erasmus+ Programme to post a testimonial on social networks.
To do this, just post a photo or a comment using the #ErasmusDays hashtag.

#03 How can I get a digital communication kit?

You can download the digital kit.
It includes posters, documentation about the programme and the graphic charter for #ErasmusDays.
We also offer large quantity of contents that you can relay: graphics, testimonials, visuals for  social networks or audiovisual productions.

#04 What are the official social networks of ErasmusDays 2020?

There are no official #ErasmusDays social networks.
You can however refer to the official accounts of your national Erasmus+ agency.

#05 How do I share an event on a social network?

1 - Before your event

  • Include the #ErasmusDays hashtag wherever you can: on your printed documents, in your email signature, and on your and your members’ websites.

  • Describe the programme and think about introducing your speakers.
    Lastly, refer readers to your event’s web page for more information.

  • Publish useful information: times and locations, contact people at your organization, etc.


2 - During your event

  • Present the event on your social networks using the #ErasmusDays hashtag and mentioning the official social media accounts.

  • Set up news feeds and discussions on Twitter.

    • Announce each session using your event’s #ErasmusDays hashtag.

    • Post memorable quotes from the speakers, linking them to their Twitter accounts.



  • Publish useful information: times and locations, contact people, etc. Communicate on other social networks using your event’s #ErasmusDays hashtag.
    Remember that, even without a Twitter account, web users can follow the latest news from your event via those other platforms.

  • Produce as much content as possible during your event: anything and everything is good for maintaining and reviving your community’s interest.
    Take pictures with your smartphone. Shoot films of one minute or less, of participants summarizing their speeches or the contents of the discussions and the topics addressed.


3 - After your event

  • Recap your event and publish highlights from it.

  • Select the most interesting aspects and summarize them, including the #ErasmusDays hashtag.

  • Write articles about your event for your blog or website and post links on all your social networks.

  • If possible, send a newsletter to your website’s or blog’s subscribers.


Amplify the buzz about your event.
Don’t forget to tag our social networks in all of your publications! This is very important for us to be aware of your posts, which we can then, in turn, share on our own social networks!