Finding partners for cooperation

Below you can find recommendations on where to find partners for an international partnership

These databases allow you to search for European partners and access information on their organisations. For inquiries on partnerships you may contact the organisation directly.

European School Education Platform (ESEP) and eTwinning

The European School Education Platform is a digital meeting place for the school education sector – school staff, researchers, decision makers and other professionals. It covers all levels from pre-school activities to primary and secondary school as well as the secondary school's vocational programme. The platform also houses eTwinning - the network and collaboration area for schools in Europe.


A European Commission website, where adult education organisations can search for partners for a strategic partnership project within Erasmus+.

Erasmus+ Project Results Platform

The European Commission's database for projects within Erasmus+ offer information about ongoing and completed partnerships. The website includes contact information to organisations that may be interested in cooperation and exchange.


The web portal for Nordplus programmes has a search function for partners in the Nordic and Baltic countries.

Schools Online

The British Council's Schools Online website allows you to search for partner schools around the world.

SMPF partner search

Database for partner searches for several types of projects within European and Nordic programmes. This database was developed by the Lithuanian programme office.

Collaboration with higher education in Sweden

In order to find potential partners for your project in Sweden, you need to contact relevant Swedish organisations directly.

You may find the complete list of Swedish higher education institutions here

Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) - Swedish Higher Education Authority (

In order to participate in Erasmus+, higher education institutions located in EU countries and third countries associated to the programme must hold an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE). You may find a list of higher education institutions holding an ECHE here: Higher education institutions holding an ECHE - 2021-2027 | Erasmus+ (

Last updated: 23 April 2024