ErasmusIntern.org is a web platform where companies and organisations can offer their internship vacancies to individuals seeking international opportunities. Visit the web platform to access thousands of internships, students and recruiters!
Through the ErasmusIntern.org project, the Erasmus Student Network promotes the Erasmus+ Traineeship scholarships that are available to students at European Higher Education Institutions. The project was funded with support from the European Commission.
The ESNcard is the membership card of the Erasmus Student Network. Students who own the card can have access to ESN events. Also, the ESNcard is used as a discount card that offers benefits to students, locally, nationally and internationally. The aim of the ESNcard is to support and give opportunities to international students during and after their exchange period.
SocialErasmus is an international project by the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) that promotes a social attitude among young citizens participating in mobility programmes, to facilitate their integration into the local community while gives them the chance to make a long-lasting social change in society through volunteering activities. SocialErasmus activities provide young citizens the opportunity to do more with their period abroad and to live a life-changing experience.
ExchangeAbility is a long-term project of ESN whose main aim is to promote mobility opportunities and accessible Higher Education possibilities for students with disabilities. Additionally, ESN also wants to provide the conditions and opportunities for students with disabilities to actively participate in student life as well as raise awareness of the local communities about the topic.
The International Erasmus Games (IEG) are a pan European health and wellbeing initiative of the Erasmus Student Network. We unite exchange student from all over Europe in an effort to promote sports as a universal language which is understood by everyone. Our efforts break all the barriers which separate the local and international communities of Europe and bring together people from all backgrounds, nationalities and age groups under the motto of healthy competition. Our volunteers organise and take part in sports competitions, running challenges, nutritional workshops and campaigns to promote a healthy lifestyle and the prevention of obesity, alcohol and drug abuse.
Responsible Party is a project is run across Europe with more than 174,000 students participating to date. Using the peer-to-peer approach student ambassadors are organizing activities during parties in a fun and engaging way with the aim to raise awareness about the health effects of alcohol consumption.
Eduk8 is ESN’s international training project, which aims to empower ESN members to allow them to perform better in their ESN daily tasks. Every day ESN’ers all over Europe, work hard to support and develop our colourful network and while doing so they gain new skills and competences. These skills and competences can be hard to identify and put words to and that is where Eduk8 can make a difference. Eduk8 facilitates activities where underlying soft skills can be identified and where participants can share know-how and learn from one another in a structured, conscious and fun way!
ESNsurvey is the biggest European research project planned and carried out entirely by students for students. It is conducted annually since 2005 and researches different aspects of student mobility. It is disseminated in collaboration with 37 countries and 500 Higher Education Institutions. The findings obtained through the Questionnaire are published in the Report and used as recommendations to all stakeholders involved in student mobility.
UNESCO is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. It seeks to build peace through international cooperation in Education, the Sciences and Culture. UNESCO’s Futures of Education initiative aims to rethink education and shape the future. The initiative is catalysing a global debate on how knowledge, education and learning need to be reimagined in a world of increasing complexity, uncertainty, and precarity. ESN is currently organising a series of focus group discussions in order to highlight the views and ideas of the “Erasmus Generation”.