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EURES (2007-2013)

Cooperation network between Public Employment Services, Trade Unions and Employer Organisations

Access to the grants of the new programming schemes 2014 - 2020


This fund is a framework programme, organised in different strands (sub-programmes)

?A framework programme is an umbrella structure intended to serve various funding schemes (strands / sub-programmes). Each strand includes specific themes and funding rules.

You will find here the outline of EU subsidies synthetised in an easy-to-read format. This section answers all your critical questions on EU grants (How much can I get? Does my project match with this grant? When must I submit my application? …)


Cooperation network between Public Employment Services, Trade Unions and Employer Organisations

Does my project meet the priority requirements of this fund?

EURES (EURopean Employment Services) is an information network composed of 700 advisers issued from local, regional or national employment services and with other regional and national bodies concerned with employment issues, such as trade unions, employers organisations, as well as local and ...

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Calls for projects / Calls for proposals

Find here the calls for proposals; a call is open when project leaders can submit their applications. A call for proposals is closed when the period of submission is over. Welcomeurope indicated the predicted date or period for the upccoming calls for proposals. This option enables you to anticipate the drafting of this application file.

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Contact - Funds Manager

Find here more information on official contact points and get the contact details of the programme officer. This will be useful to get further information on open calls for proposals.

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News related to EURES (2007-2013)

  • 12 November 2013
    Discussions on the EURES network
    A meeting is held in Vilnius on the European Employement Services (EURES). EURES is an information network composed of 700 advisers issued from local, regional or national employment services and with other regional and national bodies concerned with employment issues, such as trade unions, ...

  • 20 December 2012
    Commission improves EURES jobseeker mobility network
    The pan-European job search network EURES, has been the subject of debate in the Commission which intends to improve its mode of operation, to increase the mobility of workers and youth between Members States and break a path for genuine European labour market. EURES facilates the contact between...

  • 21 May 2012
    “Your First EURES job”: the European Commission’s new pilot project to help young Europeans find jobs
    The European Commission has launched a new pilot project aiming at helping young Europeans find job in other EU countries. The main objective is improving cross-border mobility for 5,000 people, and making the EURES network a pan European employment service.

  • 10 November 2011
    Back to the last EURES session
    The past three days, a meeting of the working group associated with the EURES informal forum of EURES managers was held in Warsaw. Discover the content of this session.

  • 10 October 2011
    Job offers and hiring increase especially in Western and North Europe
    The latest edition of the European vacancies showed an increase in demand for labour in the first quarter of 2011.

  • 05 October 2009
    EU Job Days 2009
    A start-up was given to the European Job Days on October, 3 in Brussels, where over 80 organisations and thousands of Europeans have responded to the Commission’s invitation to meet at its Berlaymont headquarters. This event will take place around the EU over the next fortnight. This year emph...

  • 02 October 2008
    50 young Europeans get a first taste of working abroad
    50 young jobseekers who were offered a first job placement in another European country will tomorrow share their experiences at a dedicated event in Paris. They will be joined by employers and job mobility advisers from EURES – the European network of employment services

  • 02 October 2008
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  • How to increase your chances for eligibility? :

    To make sure that your project will retain the attention of the European Commission, it is crucial to highlight its innovative character, its European dimension and its impact on the long term, while setting it within the context of the EU policy objectives.

  • The contribution of financial partners in the budget of the project :

    The role of financial partners is essential for the implementation of your project. Although nearly inactive they secure both the smooth progress of the project and the financial situation of your enterprise.

  • Mastering the language of european projects :

    Deliverable, outputs, outcomes, objectives… project leader language can be really nonsense for those who are not used to this specific vocabulary and can be a serious impediment to an application to a European-funded project.

  • Meet the Financial monitoring obligation :

    Projects leaders who have received Community aid must meet the reporting obligations that compromise the financial section. The European Commission thus checks that the grant was used as per rules.

  • The importance of planning :

    Why planning? Each project is a unique and complex process. A detailed and comprehensive planning is essential to work effectively and ensuring the objectives are adequately met.Solid planning allows the project coordinator and partners to clarify the complex tasks, to anticipate and be flexible ...

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