The ESN Awards are the initiative of the Erasmus Student Network that aims to provide recognition to the work our member organisations do in a span of a year. Each year our local and national organisations submit their initiatives, activities, events, projects, and campaigns that contribute to the mission, vision and values of ESN across 15 different categories. The selected applicants are awarded and given an opportunity to present their submissions in front of the entire network at the awards ceremony.
The Award ceremony is held every year on the last day of the Erasmus Generation Meeting.
This year, it will take place on 9th April 2023 from 19:00 CET, in Bucharest, Romania, and will count on the participation of over 900 Erasmus+ alumni and internationally-minded young people, as well as important stakeholders in the field of international mobility and higher education.Watch it live
The activity, event, initiative, programme or project submitted had to be organised between the submission deadline for ESN Awards 2022 (7 February 2022) and the submission deadline for ESN Awards 2023 (12 February 2023).
Local Sections and National Organisations representatives can submit an activity, event, initiative, programme or project on behalf of their organisation.
The submissions are evaluated by a jury panel that consists of the members volunteers from ESN Support Structures and from other youth organisations that are active in the field of the category they are evaluating. You can find the jury of each category at the bottom of the winners page.
The Award ceremony will take place on 9th April 2023 from 19:00 CET, in Bucharest, Romania, on the last day of the Erasmus Generation Meeting. Watch it live
You can check the winners on this website after the end of the live ceremony on 9th April (21 CEST). Each award category consists of the top three places, as well as honourable mentions.
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