Five documents to make your skills and qualifications clearly and easily understood in Europe:
Two documents freely accessible, completed by European citizens:
the Curriculum Vitae helps you present your skills and qualifications effectively and clearly. You can create your CV online using tutorials or download the template, examples and instructions.
the Language Passport is a self-assessment tool for language skills and qualifications. You can create your Language Passport online using tutorials or download the template, examples and instructions.
Three documents issued by education and training authorities:
the Europass Mobility records the knowledge and skills acquired in another European country;
the Certificate Supplement describes the knowledge and skills acquired by holders of vocational education and training certificates;
the Diploma Supplement describes the knowledge and skills acquired by holders of higher education degrees.
A network of National Europass Centres - the first point of contact if you want to learn more about Europass
What is Europass mobility
A document to record knowledge and skills acquired in another European country.
a work placement in a company;
an academic term as part of an exchange programme;
a voluntary placement in an NGO.
Who is it for
Any person moving to a European country to learn or acquire a work experience, whatever their age or level of education.
Who completes it
Two partner organisations involved in the mobility project, the first in the country of origin and the second in the host country.
The partners may be universities, schools, training centres, companies, NGOs, etc.