Erasmus+ Digitsation

The European Student Card Initiative will develop an online one-stop-shop through the Erasmus+ Mobile App for students to manage all administrative steps related to their mobility period – before, during and after their stay. It will allow students to find all the information they need to experience a high-quality mobility experience abroad.

The goal is to have full deployment of the Initiative during 2021. By this time, higher education institutions participating in the future Erasmus+ programme will be expected to use the Erasmus Without Paper network to exchange student mobility data. The use of the Erasmus Without Paper network by these institutions will become obligatory according to the below milestones:

2021 – to manage online learning agreements
2022 – to manage inter-institutional agreements
2023 – to exchange student nominations and acceptances and transcripts of records related to student mobility
Participating institutions will also need to promote the use of the Erasmus+ mobile app to ensure that institutions and Erasmus+ students can benefit from increased efficiency in administrative processes. By 2025, all students in Europe should be able to enjoy the benefits of the European Student Card Initiative. To learn more, please join our webinar – Erasmus Goes Digital!

Erasmus Without Paper

The Erasmus Without Paper project is a central part of the European Student Card Initiative and a key component of the journey towards achieving a European Education Area by 2025.





Erasmus Without Paper

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