At the end of April 2020, the European Commission launched a short survey aimed at collecting the views of mobility participants in Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps on how the Covid-19 outbreak affected the ordinary course of their Erasmus+ or European Solidarity Corps mobility activities. The survey was sent to over 57 000 participants representing all types of mobility supported under the programmes and corresponding to 40% of the estimated number of people in mobility at the time of the Coronavirus outbreak. Close to 11 800 participants in mobility activities under Erasmus+ programme and European Solidarity Corps completed the questionnaire. The ratio between learners (students, pupils, trainees, young people) and staff (teachers, trainers, youth workers, etc.) amounts to 74% – 26% respectively. This ratio corresponds to the distribution between the two groups in the programme.
Main conclusions from a May 2020 survey sent to 57,000 participants representing all types of mobility supported under the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes.
The survey was run to collect the views of mobility participants on how the Covid-19 outbreak affected the ordinary course of their mobility activities.
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