While negotiations for the budget of the next Erasmus+ programme 2021-2027 are still ongoing, the Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) willing to participate in Erasmus+ projects are currently applying for one the most important documents within the Higher Education sector of Erasmus+: the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education.
The Charter is a prerequisite for any HEI who wants to take part in Erasmus+ projects and mobilities. It outlays standards to ensure quality mobility through a number of commitments towards the students which HEIs should undertake. It includes general principles and commitments. The ECHE is a co-creation of Erasmus+ National Agencies, student representatives such as the Erasmus Student Network (ESN), and other civil society organisations and experts in student mobility.
ESN developed a document fostering collaboration between HEIs and ESN sections all over Europe, so they can work together to achieve the commitments described in the ECHE in the best way possible.
HERE you can find the document and the article they have published.