Most probably you are questioning yourself what Eurodesk is and how it can assist you.
Eurodesk is a free information service to assist young people experience international opportunities.

Eurodesk is a European network with national support in 36 countries. Each country has a national coordinator, who establishes an annual programme to deliver the key services in their country, so each Eurodesk is able to provide information and experiences to best suit the needs of young people. Eurodesk provides reliable source for news, events, and information.

The co-ordination office in Brussels is the link between national Eurodesk offices and the European Commission. They also develop tools and resources to help young people, and people who work with them in the youth sector, to find and engage with the opportunities available to them.
Eurodesk is a recognised support structure under Erasmus+, the European funding programme for education, training, youth and sport, and we work closely with Erasmus+ National Agencies to provide current information and guidance on the programme as well as other opportunities.

We encourage you to use the Eurodesk Opportunity Finder to explore the different opportunities available and an insight into what it’s like to take part in European youth projects. For adults working with young people, there is support including resources, and information and training linked to youth work. 

We also support young people directly through the European Youth Portal which includes an ‘Ask a question’ service.