About us

Eurodesk is an international nonprofit association created in 1990. As support organisation to the Erasmus+ programme (2014-2020) Eurodesk is one of the most comprehensive and most accessible source of free youth information about international learning mobility opportunities. Today, more than 1000 youth professionals streamline and disseminate in our name information about learning mobility opportunities to young people in Europe.

As of today, Eurodesk is present in 34 countries. In these countries, Eurodesk Centres help multipliers in their work to carry out Eurodesk’s mission: ‘to raise awareness among young people on learning mobility opportunities and encourage them to become active citizens.’ To get in contact with the Eurodesk Centres or multipliers in your country, please visit the Our network page. With more general questions, you can reach us at [email protected]

Executive Committee

Reinhard Schwalbach

Eurodesk Germany

Claire Conlon


Marita Kroica


Malgorzata Fiedot-Davies

Eurodesk Ireland

Giovanni Maccioni

Eurodesk Italy

Enrique Gallardo Mantas

Eurodesk Spain

Eurodesk Brussels Link

Eurodesk Brussels Link (EBL) is the coordinating body of the network and also the managing body of the Eurodesk brand. It ensures that the activities of Eurodesk national centres are aligned with the organisation's overall objectives and mission. It also provides first-hand European information on youth mobility as well as tools for training, information management, quality assessment and communication.

EBL supports the European Commission in developing and maintaining the European Youth Portal, regularly editing European contents, assessing the quality of Eurodesk national centres and giving them technical support.

Eurodesk in a few dates

  • 2014

    Part of the Erasmus+ EU programme. Present in 34 countries.
  • 2007

    Eurodesk became a structure in the Youth in action programme. It was present in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.
  • 2004

    Eurodesk worked with the European Commission and launched the European Youth Portal
  • 1990

    Eurodesk launched in Edinburgh (UK)