Erasmus Barometer Survey 2019-2020 Open



By Gerry O Sullivan

Posted: 6 December, 2020

The European Association of ERASMUS Coordinators (EAEC) has been contributing for many years to the success of the ERASMUS mobility programmes. The Association now wishes to invite coordinators to contribute to the annual ERASMUS+ Mobility Barometer by replying to the survey covering the mobility from September 2019 to August 2020.

Please click here to start the survey from the erasmusbarometer.net website. The estimated time to complete the survey is 15-20 minutes but you will be able to save the data and come back to it later for completing it, before submitting. You will need to have the PIC number of your Institution ready.

The results are officially announced every year during the ERASMUS Congress and Exhibition, known as ERACON (ERACON 2021 will be held in Varna, Bulgaria 5-9 of July 2021).

The survey is supported by the European Commission, related letter can be found by clicking here.

Prizes will be drawn among those who provide a full response to the survey by the end of February 2021. The prizes will be awarded during the ERACON 2021, 5-9 of July, Varna, Bulgaria.

The Management Board
European Association of ERASMUS Coordinators
www.eaecnet.com
info@eaecnet.com

 

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