The Lifelong Learning Platform organises a yearly evaluation on the implementation of the Erasmus+ programme. The survey aims to provide decision-makers with an evaluation coming from the programme’s direct beneficiairies on what works and what could be improved. The survey contains questions on various aspects related for instance to the application procedures, to the relations with the national and European agencies, the financial rules and the reporting processes.
In 2018, the Lifelong Learning Platform will launch the 5th annual review of the Erasmus+ programme implementation and it will addressed to NGOs and civil society organisations that benefit from or have applied for the Erasmus+ programme.
The 2017 Survey Preliminary Results were made public on 21 November during the LLLWeek2017 in the European Parliament, chaired by MEP Krystyna Łybacka with several other MEPs and representatives of the European Commission, in the framework of the Erasmus+ Coalition.