Mobility under Erasmus+: European Court of Auditors Report

Gerry O'Sullivan

Posted: 8 October, 2018

The European Court of Auditors in a special report assessing the performance of Erasmus+ has found “Our overall conclusion is that Erasmus+ has a positive effect on participants’ attitudes towards the EU and generates many forms of European added value – countries would not be able to achieve such effects acting alone.

However, we found that performance measurement is difficult because indicators are not fully aligned with objectives. We also found that despite some simplification, application and reporting processes are still complex.”

Read the full report here

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