Since 1995, the Erasmus program is open to apprentices and VET learners. It was a first step, however the barriers and obstacles still constrain the mobility of apprentices to short term mobilities, as opposed to university students and higher education mobility.
Euro App Mobility brings together around twenty networks of VET centers, companies, institutions and political personalities, in France and in Europe, around a common project: the creation of a European space for apprenticeship and vocational learning, just like the existing European space for higher education.
Founded by Jean Arthuis, former minister and member of the European Parliament, our association aims to experiment Euro App “Long term mobility for apprentices“, launched at the initiative of the European Parliment and piloted by the European Commission between 2016 and 2019.
We work to remove obstacles of all kinds in order to place international openness at the heart of the educational programs of apprenticeship sectors.
the actors of international mobility
the benefits of international mobility
To break-down barriers
of the regulatory framework for international apprenticeship
Former minister and member of the European Parliament
Representant of the Compagnons du Devoir and of Tour de France
General administrator of the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers
Former director for budgetary affairs at the European Parliament
Deputy executive officer
European Project Officer
Mona Project Manager
Digital Project Manager
No, our role is to accompany the actors of international mobility of apprentices in the conception of their mobility projects. In this framework, we can recommend different sources of financial aid to these actors, such in order to get a scholarship for apprentices. For example: Erasmus+, Pro tandem, OFAJ (French-German), Nordplus (scandinavian countires), etc.
Our platform is accessible from all countries (European and worldwide) for all people and entities looking to develop partnerships around the facilitation of student mobility.
No! Our accompaniement is completely free and open to all. All you need to do is contact us.