There are several European networks and structures providing important information on various aspects related to mobility experiences.
A common methodological framework to facilitate the accumulation and transfer of credits obtained as a result of learning outcomes from one qualification system to another. Its aim is to promote transnational mobility and access to lifelong learning.
European information network to answer questions related to the European Union.
Lists the qualification systems of the various countries. It works as a translation tool to make it easier to compare qualifications. It helps students and workers, who move from one country to another, either for working or studying purposes.
A structure that supports the development of European vocational education and training policies, and contributes to their implementation. It provides instruments and publications within the scope of career guidance.
A cooperation network aimed at facilitating the free movement of workers within the European Union, as well as in Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway.
It provides information and counselling services to workers, job seekers and employers on job opportunities in the European market.