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EMA Days 2023

EMA Days Celebrations Across the World

Look for an EMA Days 2023 event happening near you, or join one of the many online events. Click on the map to find out more details!

What is EMA Day?
Once a year, the Erasmus Mundus Association (EMA) dedicates a day to gathering students and alums in different cities worldwide on the same day. It is an opportunity to meet many
friends, network, or just socialise and share the fun! We will celebrate over two days this year so more people can join the festivities. 

Who can participate?
We highly enco
urage EMA members, current students and alums of Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters (EMJM) and current students and alums who benefited from the Erasmus+ programmes. Moreover, you can also invite your friends who are interested in EMJM, Erasmus+ and EMA.

How and when will EMA Day be held this year?
EMA Days events can be held in person or online. You can meet at a park, in a public space, or wherever you can showcase your skills. Maybe you can teach your favourite recipe to a global audience! EMA Days will be held on Saturday, October 14 and Sunday, October 15, 2023, simultaneously in multiple locations, at various times throughout the day, depending on the location. There will also be a main global event happening virtually for those who can't join any specific location's event. It's a full day of fun around the world!


Is there a theme for this year's EMA Day?
EMA wants to continue highlighting 2023 as the European Year of Skills. This year's EMA Days theme will be "Uncovering Skills", an opportunity to showcase your hidden talents with the EMA community and have a good time. You can share your skills or pick up a new one!

Can I organise an EMA Day event?

Our active volunteers, primarily PRs and CRs, among others, organise EMA Day events in their locations. Fill out this form to schedule an event in your city, country or online!


Feel free to email if you have questions.

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