Registration and course fees

All costs for Euneos courses can be supported with Erasmus+ grant, your organisation’s or your own funding. The Erasmus+ grant corresponds to the compensation level of Erasmus+ programme 2021-27, as presented in Erasmus+ Programme Guide.

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Course fee for on-site courses 


Euneos courses have a fixed price. As of 1st September, 2021, the course fee for a 7-day on-site course is 660 €. 

The fixed price does not concern special courses tailored for schools/consortia.  

The full course payment consists of 2 parts: 

  1. Course fee for a 7-day course is 660 €: 560€ for tuition and materials. This is covered with the course fee that you get with your grant: 80€ per day. 
  2. Course fee for most 5-day courses is 500 € (there are exceptions). 400€ for tuition and materials. This is covered with the course fee that you get with your grant: 80€ per day.
  3. One hundred euro (100 €) per participant in staff mobility for courses and training that you receive with your KA1 grant for organisational support goes to the course provider due to the higher costs level to make the high quality courses affordable. Please read the Erasmus+ Programme Guide. As stated in the basic principles of the Erasmus accreditation in the fields of adult education, vocational education and training, and school education Rules of application, Annex I - Erasmus Quality Standards, another possibility is the contribution paid by participants as a form of co-funding contributed by the participants in mobility activities.

NB! Some courses may have obligatory meal packages. If so, this is clearly stated on the course website page with the rest of the course information.

Benchmarking courses shorter than 7 days 

Education in Finland and Estonia – Original Best Practices Benchmarking course also offers options of shorter than 7 days courses: 

– Helsinki, 4-day single course, 420 €

– Tallinn, 3-day single course, 340 €

– Helsinki course + Tallinn course combined, 660 € (invoice with 

separate fees 380 € + 280 €) 

NB! Having into consideration that different directives may apply in different programme countries, please discuss your choice with your National Agency in case you opt for a 7-day course, including both venues - Helsinki (4 days) and Tallinn (3 days). 

As Estonia and Finland are both ranked top countries in European education, we warmly recommend that you experience both school cultures subsequently. The distance between Helsinki and Tallinn venues is only 80 km with existing well-organized transport system, including a number of green travel options. 

Interested in a 10-day summer course?

Combine these two 5-day summer courses for an enriching 2-week experience in Finland:

Innovative Teaching and Learning Methods + HEAT Teachers' Summer School - Helsinki Education in Action for Teachers

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NB! No programme during the weekend! Please consult your NA!



Schools/organizations which opt for sending 5 or more participants to a 7-day Euneos course, will get a 10% discount.

Discount does not concern online courses, exotic PREMIUM courses or courses where Euneos Corp. is the local organiser but not the provider. 

Limited Offer! Early Bird registrations

The Early Bird campaign, with 10% discount, starts on 17th May 2024, and runs until 30th June 2024. Choose from the course calendar from September to December 2024!

For groups of 5 or more registrants, the discount is 15%.

NB! This offer is exclusive and cannot be combined with other promotions.

Travel costs and costs for accommodation and meals  

Travel costs and costs for accommodation and meals are covered with the Erasmus+ grant but are not included in the course fee: 

  1. Travel costs. The grant includes a budget for travel costs. The amount is calculated based on the distance that you need to travel from your home place to the course. To learn more, take a look at the distance calculator.
  2. Accommodation and meals (Individual support in the grant). The amount that you receive to cover the costs of your stay in hotel and meals will depend on the country. 
  3. Euneos does not organise the stay in hotel but we give advice for booking of hotels in different price categories near the course venue as well as affordable options for lunch. As for dinners, all of our venues are situated at locations with an easy access to plenty of dining options.
  4. Remember travel insurance


For country-specific questions, please consult your National Agency. Link to National agencies>>  



Terms and conditions for on-site courses 


General terms and conditions  

The course will be confirmed after it reaches the minimum number of participants.  

The course confirmation is publicly announced on the Euneos official website. Registered participants are also contacted by email after the course confirmation.  

We recommend that you book ONLY flexible flights or accommodation after the course is confirmed! 

Euneos is not responsible for any travel and other arrangements prior to the confirmation of the course you have registered for.  




In case of cancellation, Euneos, as the course provider, is not responsible for the financial or other consequences concerning travel, accommodation, food or other.  


If you need to cancel your registration, email 

For onsite courses, course cancellations are accepted if conveyed at least 30 days before the starting date of the course. In such cases, Euneos will refund the full fee paid minus 160 € administration cost, except in case of force majeure (for cancellations due to COVID-19 please read below.). 


If the course cancellation is not conveyed within this time limit, Euneos will not refund the course fee paid. With the start of the course, the fee is non-refundable.  



Euneos is not liable for any expenses caused by a case of force majeure

Due to COVID -19 situation, Euneos will refund the paid course fee only when the cancellation is based on the decisions and directives of authorities (EU, government, National Agency). Cancellation cost is 160 € per participant for on-site courses. 

Flexible flight tickets and hotel room reservations should always be the practice. It is very important in case more schools cancel their participation on some confirmed course, and there is not even the minimum number of participants to provide the course. This is very exceptional, but it may happen during the pandemic. 


Further easing: if unable to attend, the registered person may substitute someone else from the same organization or attend to the same or another Euneos course, by sending a notification to


Acquiring travel insurance and social security are obligatory and at one’s own responsibility. 

The European Health Insurance Card, EHIC is an option for EU citizens as addition to the travel insurance.

Invoicing procedure 

  1. Invoices are sent via email after your registration
  2. The invoice will be sent to the contact person of the school/organization. The billing address will be the school/organization's address. 
  3. All correspondence about invoicing will be done by the contact person of the school/organization. 
  4. The invoices can be paid by the individual staff or by the school/organization. The reference number of the bill(s) should be mentioned when paying. If you don’t mention the reference number you might get a reminder for the bill as the payment will not be recognised. The use of reference number(s) when paying is a necessity.  


Euneos doesn’t accept cash payments. Please contact Euneos administration well on time and request one bill for all participants if preferable.

VAT number 


VAT number, or its national equivalent, is asked because of special requirements of Finnish taxation. 

Please include your possible VAT number, if any, (or national equivalent) when registering for Euneos’ courses.