ESN wins Job Bridge Award for the work done in the field of competence development

Erasmus Student Network has won the Job Bridge Award for the work done in the field of competence development, and the creation of the validation of volunteer work process for ESN. The award aims to promote projects and initiatives aimed at validation of learning outcomes in volunteer work. The award ceremony took place at the 10th REVEAL conference, this year hosted by the consortium of the projects CIM , PITCH and Job Bridge on December 10th and 11th, 2020. The conference brought together professionals from formal and informal education, businesses, chambers, NGOs, National Agencies, the EACEA, volunteers and students from all over Europe to focus on new approaches to embed creative, innovative and digitally supported learning approaches in various educational contexts.

ESN statement: Erasmus out of the UK proves to be worst holiday gift for thousands of students worldwide

Four years after the Brexit vote took place, an agreement was finally reached on the future cooperation between the EU and UK. Erasmus Student Network (ESN) regrets to see that the UK chose to not continue the cooperation with the EU in the field of Education under the

Erasmus+ programme. Erasmus Student Network, together with other stakeholders, has repeatedly advocated over the years for the continuation of the UK’s participation in the

Erasmus+ programme, highlighting what is at stake for the youth in the UK and EU. In a recent statement released by ESN together with the European Students’ Union, Universities UK

ESN organises Social Inclusion Days to advocate for social engagement in student mobilities

The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is preparing to launch a new edition of the Social Inclusion Days, an initiative that aims to a​ dvocate for inclusive mobility programmes, through activities that bring together​ international students and members of local communities, in more than 42 countries.

ESN teams up with UNESCO to safeguard the future of education


The pandemic of COVID-19 shed light on alarming challenges in education that had not adequately been addressed so far and highlighted inequalities that must be tackled in order to guarantee the fundamental right to quality lifelong learning and education. 

As a result, UNESCO is currently leading a global debate to reimagine the focus of learning and knowledge in the future and how it can shape humanity in a world of increasing uncertainty. This yeart hey are focusing on sparking conversations and getting input from individuals, networks, and organisations, encouraging them to think critically about the challenges and opportunities that the possible futures of education hold.