Europass Mobility records skills and competences acquired through an organised period of learning or training abroad.
Listing your skills and competences is all well and good, but can you prove you have these skills? Can you verify the skills you list in your CV?
The Europass Mobility Supplement is the best way to verify your training experiences and the skills you have developed.
The Europass Mobility document validates the learning outcomes achieved during a time spent abroad training, working or learning. It also helps individuals to display their skills and competences to employers.
It is the best way to show employers evidence of the experiences you mention in your CV.
Europass Mobility requires involvement from three parties; the individual, a sending organisation and a receiving (host) organisation. Further information on the application process is available to download.
How do I apply?
If you would like to receive the Europass Mobility document, you will need to ask the sending partner (the organisation, company, or institution that is organising your Mobility placement) to
register with us. The sending partner along with the host organisation (the organisation, company or institution that you will be visiting when abroad) will then complete the relevant documents. Once you have completed your time abroad, your sending partner will issue you with the document.
Examples of particular funding opportunities that are eligible for Europass Mobility are those that make up the Erasmus+ Programme.
If you would like more information about Europass Mobility you can download an example of a completed Europass Mobility document. For more information, visit the Europass Portal.
If you have successfully used the Europass Mobility and wish to submit a case study please complete the following template and email it to the Europass team.
Alternatively if you would like more information from participants who have completed this document please refer to the Europass Mobility case study page.