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When creating Main Institutional or Staff Accounts on Erasmus Dashboard, users are explicitly asked to accept these T&Cs. If for any reason this is not the case, accessing an Account held at the Erasmus Dashboard, uploading data to any Account, and/or using any of the Services connected to the Erasmus Dashboard platform will still be considered as implicit acceptance of these T&Cs. Nevertheless, in such cases please contact us directly and without delay at the contact details set out in this document. Please also note that acceptance of these T&Cs also implies that you have read, understood and accepted the Erasmus Dashboard Privacy Policy, which can be found at the following link: [please insert link].

By accepting this T&Cs, and the connected Privacy Policy, the users represent that they are acting on behalf of a HEI and that they either have the legal authority to also bind such HEI to the present T&Cs (if they are the managers of the relevant Main Institutional Account) or the authority to act in the manner and within the limits arising from the permissions and delegations referred to in the relevant Staff Account.


The objective of the Erasmus Dashboard is to support HEIs with administrative aspects of the Erasmus+ mobility framework. Therefore, the Erasmus Dashboard is available to HEIs being Erasmus Charter for Higher Education holders. For further information, please follow the following link: [please insert link].

Individuals acting on behalf of an HEI on the Erasmus Dashboard platform may only be individuals of legal age.


  1. They obtained consent and permission from users (particularly in relation to data relating to individuals connected to Staff Accounts, to the pre-editing of OLAs or Inter-Institutional Agreements, and to the preparation of Factsheets) to upload their Personal Data onto the Erasmus Dashboard platform. If the data relates to individuals under the age of 18, such consent must have been obtained in accordance with the relevant national legislation, and in any case, the retention of this data must be approved in derogation of what is indicated in the relevant Privacy Policy, which can be found at the following link [please insert link], in relation to the Personal Data of minors. EUF will be considered the Data Controller in relation to the above-mentioned Personal Data only with regard to the Processing carried out within the Erasmus Dashboard platform, after the upload of the above-mentioned Personal Data, in full compliance with the mentioned Privacy Policy. Conversely, the user who uploads Personal Data independently manages any previous processing, ensuring EUF at least: (i) performing such processing in full compliance with the GDPR; (ii) having obtained any necessary consent, as mentioned above, to upload personal data to the platform, regardless of the specific purpose for which such data is being communicated and will be used; and (iii) having shown/communicated/forwarded to each relevant individual the Privacy Policy relating to the Erasmus Dashboard.

  2. They own all intellectual property rights and all other rights, title and interest in any content uploaded through their Accounts, or that they have obtained the relevant permissions and licenses/authorizations from the respective third-party owners prior to uploading such content and/or communicating it to EUF via the Erasmus Dashboard platform or otherwise in connection with the related Services. EUF has the right to request evidence of such permissions and licenses/authorizations.

  3. The content they upload complies with all applicable laws and regulations, such as not being offensive, harassing, invasive of another's privacy, hateful, or otherwise unlawful.

  4. The content they upload does not require obtaining a license from or paying any fees and/or royalties by EUF to any third party for the performance of any Services that the users have chosen to be performed by EUF or for the exercise of any rights granted in the present T&Cs. If not, users and HEIs will be solely responsible for obtaining said licenses and paying said fees and/or royalties.

  5. The content they upload is not harmful (for example does not entail/contain viruses, worms and other destructive codes) and does not contain any programs that overload or interfere with the work of the Erasmus Dashboard platform or distort the content uploaded by other users.