About EAEC


The European Association of ERASMUS Coordinators (EAEC), is a membership network, which currently has more than 140 members. It was founded in 2004 in Lodz, Poland, with an official kick off during the ERACON 2005 (ERASMUS Coordinators Conference and GO-Exchange Education Fair 2005) in Cyprus. 

Interview about EAEC (part1) at Interlace PODCAST

Interview about EAEC (part2) at Interlace PODCAST

Aims of the Network

—  enable an information and experience among the European ERASMUS+ Programme Coordinators and beyond                                                               
—  promote mobility of students, academic and administrative staff in the territory of the European Union and beyond
—  circulate provisions on the Bologna Process and its updates in academic circles
promote principles and participation in the ERASMUS+ European Commission Programme
support the process of raising education and quality standards in the territory of the European Union and beyond
organize seminars and conferences, with an assumption of enabling direct communication among the Association's members and be a catalyst for increased mobility throughout Europe and beyond, as well as defining new areas of the Association's activity
prepare and submit project proposals to be funded by the European Commission
cooperate as a partner in European funded projects
run surveys and studies on topics relating to the above
produce publications of interest to the members

During the first General Assembly in Cyprus, June 2005, it was decided that the Erasmus Coordinators Conference and GO-Exchange Education Fair (ERACON) become an annual event. Since 2010, it was decided to be named Erasmus Congress and Exhibition.

Click here to download the EAEC Constitution