The project EVE

What is the project ‘ Erasmus+Virtual Exchange’- EVE?

A new project launched by the European Commission in 2018.

The goal is to expande the reach and scope od Erasmus + programme, by adding Virtual Exchange to the existing physical exchange. The main aim is to link young people aged 18-30, youth workers, youth organizations, students and academics in Europeand the Southern Mediterranean area using online learning activities and technology-enabled solutionsin order to strengthen people to people contacts and foster intercultural dialogue.

For more information go to the portal here:

Organizations involved


  • ‘Ready mal exchade’ virtuanges
  • TEPs (Transnational Erasmus + Virtual Exchange Projects)
'Ready-made' Virtual Exchange Opportunities

'Ready-made' virtual exchanges are, as the name implies, exchange packages which can be integrated into courses or stand alone as an opportunity for students from many different disciplines. They are easier to work with compared to a teacher designed TEP and aimed at developing intercultural communicative competence and promoting internationalisation without a particular exchange partner in mind.

The complete list of the ready made VEs :

Teacher-designed TEPs

Transnational ErasmusVirtual Exchange Projects (TEPs) can be developed with the training and support of UNICollaboration. TEPs can be around the development of skills (e.g. photography, citizen journalism, foreign languages), contemporary issues (e.g. the environment, activism, migration) or subject-specific curricula (e.g. artificial intelligence, child development, immigration law) to view the course content from different perspectives adding an international and intercultural dimension. TEPs are designed to engage young people skills in addition to enriching their understanding of course sustained interaction with peers across the Mediterranean and to foster the development of participants’ language and communication skills, digital literacies, team-working, and problem-solving.

How to ...?

For training opportunities for teachers and information sessions go to the project home page: