Erasmus Charter for Higher Education
What is the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education?
The Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) provides the general quality framework for European and international cooperation activities a higher education institution may carry out within Erasmus+.
A valid ECHE is a pre-requisite for all higher education institutions located in a Programme country who wish to participate in the Erasmus+ programme.
For help with strengthening the ECHE compliance of your institution, consult the ECHE guidelines as well as the ECHE monitoring guide.
A call for proposals for the award of an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education is made on an annual basis. If you represent a Higher Education Institution that does not currently hold an ECHE and would like information in relation to the application process, please contact us at email@example.com.
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education Guidelines 2021-2027
The Erasmus Charter for Higher Education Guidelines 2021-2027 document provides instruction on the following:
- The fundamental principles of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education
- Guidelines for participation in Mobility Activites(Before, During and After Mobility)
- Guidelines for participation in European and International Cooperation Projects
- Guidelines for the Purposes of Implementation and Monitoring of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education
Please click on the document below, Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027 Guidelines to learn more.
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education Monitoring Guide
The ECHE Monitoring Guide has four key components which you can access below.
Current Irish ECHE Holders
Please see below a list of Irish Higher Education Institutions that currently hold an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education.
|Higher Education Institution||Erasmus Code|
|American College Dublin||IRLDUBLIN45|
|Atlantic Technological University||IRLSLIGO03|
|Carlow College, St.Patrick's||IRLCARLOW02|
|Dublin Business School||IRLDUBLIN41|
|Dublin City University||IRLDUBLIN04|
|Dundalk Institute of Technology||IRLDUNDALK01|
|Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology||IRLDUBLIN38|
|Galway Business School Ltd||IRLGALWAY03|
|Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology||IRLGALWAY02|
|Institute of Technology Carlow||IRLCARLOW01|
|Marino Institute of Education||IRLDUBLIN40|
|Mary Immaculate College||IRLLIMERIC4|
|Munster Technological University||IRLMUNST01|
|National College of Art and Design||IRLDUBLIN14|
|National College of Ireland||IRLDUBLIN13|
|University of Galway||IRLGALWAY01|
|Pontifical University, St Patrick's College Maynooth||IRLKILDARE01|
|Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland||IRLDUBLIN03|
|Royal Irish Academy of Music||IRLDUBLIN22|
|Saint Nicholas Montessori College Ireland||IRLDUBLIN34|
|South East Technological University||IRLSETU01|
|St Angela's College (A College of the National University of Ireland, Galway)||IRLSLIGO02|
|Technological University Dublin||IRLDUBLIN44|
|Technological University of the Shannon (TUS): Midlands Midwest||IRLSHANNON02|
|Trinity College Dublin||IRLDUBLIN01|
|University College Cork||IRLCORK01|
|University College Dublin||IRLDUBLIN02|
|University of Limerick||IRLLIMERIC01|
ECHE Holders 2021
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education Application
Please click here for more information in relation to applying for an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education.
If your Higher Education Institution is interested in applying for an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information.
Erasmus+ Coordinators can use the ECHE Self-Assessment tool to assess their Higher Education Institution’s performance.
Click on the link below to access the ECHE Self-Assessment tool.