Erasmus+ Project Manager and Advisor Community

Since 2014, nearly 50 Erasmus+ (KA2/KA3) projects have been jointly prepared and implemented, and numerous trainings, workshops and webinars took place to share experience and expertise among EUF universities, thus establishing a strong network of professionals who share the vision/goals of strengthening international cooperation and making an impact in Higher Education with EU projects. 

The EUF Project Manager and Advisor Community seeks

  • To create space for ongoing collaboration among Project Managers and Advisors across the network, for sharing practices and exchanging knowledge and experience in Erasmus+ projects
  • To establish a common network ecosystem for nurturing and supporting new Erasmus+ project ideas and applications
  • To support the submission of proposals led by member universities as well as the implementation of appropriate project environments

The Project Manager and Advisor Community sessions are jointly designed and vary in type and focus. Aside from various webinars and workshops on how to prepare Erasmus+ project applications, there are opportunities to explore specific project implementation aspects, for instance, impact, dissemination, general management, and organisation of various events.

Who can take part?

Staff members from EUF Universities, Erasmus+ project coordinators (KA2, KA3), project applicants, project advisors and staff members from project units/departments.

You may join the EUF Project Manager and Advisor Community by registering to upcoming sessions.


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What do colleagues say?

“I liked the energy in this group. I found it inspiring how well the projects can be incorporated into the University wide strategy.” 

“This is going in a direction that I really like. It can have a great impact, very welcome after COVID.”

“I like to see the colleagues having the same attitudes, issues, opinions, and good will to share experience. I am glad knowing that I am not alone in the Universe!”

“There is really a great potential in knowledge sharing with peers.”