The Spanish National Agency that manages the Erasmus + program in our country in all its actions has the acronym SEPIE, which means Spanish Service for the Internationalization of Education.

On this page you can find all the necessary information regarding this mobility program:

Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is a non-profit international student organization. Our mission is to represent international students, thus provide opportunities for cultural understanding and self-development under the principle of Students Helping Students.

The Eurydice Network provides information on and analyzes of European education systems and policies. As of 2013 it consists of 40 national units countries participating in the EU's Lifelong Learning program (EU Member States, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland). It is co-ordinated and managed by the EU Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency in Brussels, which drafts its studies and provides a range of online resources. View the latest Eurydice reports by type (Eurypedia, Thematic Reports, Facts and Figures, Key data) or see the full list of publications.

The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) is responsible for the management of certain parts of the EU's programs in the fields of education, culture and audiovisual.

Portal for future and former ERASMUS students

Five documents that help you present your skills and qualifications in a simple and easily understandable way throughout Europe.

PLOTEUS aims to help students, job seekers, workers, parents, guidance counselors and teachers to find out information about studying in Europe. On this portal you will find information on learning opportunities and training possibilities available throughout the European Union. The website contains links to web sites of universities and higher education institutions, databases of schools and vocational training and adult education courses.

Information and opportunities for young people in Europe.

There are more than four thousand higher education institutions in Europe, from top-level research establishments to small, teaching-focused colleges. Europe itself is no less diverse, extending from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa. Study in Europe provides up-to-date information on thirty-two European countries, their universities and what it takes to live and study in them.

Help and advice for EU citizens and their families.


The main provider of information on European policies and opportunities for young people and those who work with them.

IRIS is a service for future and existing European exchange students, and an administrative tool for international coordinators and the European Commission.

Use Philox to make friends with students from Europe. Meet students for fun or to find the best information about studying abroad.

P RIME, Problems of Recognition In Making Erasmus is a research project. It is supported by the European Commission under an Erasmus Accompanying Measures grant within the Lifelong Learning Programme. It is a complex qualitative and quantitative study which aims at pointing out the examples of existing obstacles to student mobility and providing suggestions for improvements in order to facilitate student exchange in Europe.

The Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen (AEC) is a European cultural and educational network, which was established in 1953 (see AEC History). It represents the interests of institutions that are concerned with training for the music profession.