This section gives an overview of the Europass, an application tool for Europeans in European countries.

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​Europass was originally created to make it easier for Europeans to study and work in other European countries, including those belonging to the European Union, the European Economic Area and other EU candidate countries. It provides a standardized platform for jobseekers to make their skills and qualifications clearly understood across European borders and is available in 28 languages.

The Europass program is managed by the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP), which works closely with the European Commission and a network of National Europass Centres (NECs). The purpose of the NECs is to help implement Europass on the national level. A listing of available centers can be found on the Europass website. Europass is free of charge.

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