This is the Knowledge Base (KB) of the European University Foundation (EUF).

The aim of this KB is to provide information for Higher Education Institutions about the different developments, tools and initiatives related to the EUF.
Primarily, the EUF KB summarises and structures information about how to apply and use the different mobility management tools of the Erasmus+ digitalisation roadmap.

If you are an IT professional, please visit this page for technical information.

The EDSSI project

EDSSI stands for European Digital Student Service Infrastructure.The infrastructure – currently under development – will allow European higher education institutions and student service providers to exchange Erasmus+ student data in a reliable way and enable secure access to student mobility electronic services and tools.

EDSSI integrates a range of ongoing digital initiatives – the so-called building blocks.

In the different spaces of this KB you will find more information about the building blocks, such as the Erasmus Without Paper Network, the MyAcademicID project or the Erasmus+ Dashboard. EDSSI further develops and connects these building blocks and delivers a core infrastructure that will benefit student service providers, higher education institutions and, most importantly, students.

The main spaces of this Knowledge Base

EWP Competence Center Space

Exchange data relevant for mobility management at your Higher Education Institution

Erasmus+ Dashboard Space 

Discover the possibilities with the Erasmus+ Dashboard for mobility management.

MyAcademicID Space

Find out more about authentication and identification for mobility management.

Erasmus+ App Space

Find out more about the functionalities of the Erasmus+ App and how you can input data into the App.

eQuATIC Space 

Use this online web service to evaluate existing mobility-enabling partnerships.

Technical profile?

If you have a technical profile, you can check the specific resources for developers:

Go to technical documentation

Something is not clear?

If you feel like you are missing something, you can take a look at the glossary:

Mobility digitalisation glossary