Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency

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Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
Abbreviation EACEA
Formation 1 January 2006
Type European Agency
Headquarters Brussels, Belgium
28 countries
Parent organisation
European Commission
Website EACEA

The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency or EACEA is an agency of the European Union located in Brussels, Belgium. It manages parts of the Union's programs in education, culture, and audiovisual fields.


EACEA is part of the European Commission and is supervised by the following Directorates-General of the European Commission:

EACEA manages the following programmes:[5]

EACA has 10 operational units (A, B, C) and 3 horizontal units (R):[6]

  • A1. Erasmus+: Prospective Initiatives, Policy Networks, Programme and Linguistic Support.
  • A2. Erasmus+: -Higher Education- Knowledge Alliances, Bologna Support.
  • A3. Erasmus+: -Higher Education- Erasmus Mundus Joint master's degrees.
  • A4. Erasmus+: -Higher Education- International Capacity Building.
  • A5. Erasmus+: Schools, Vocational Training, Adult Education, Platforms.
  • A6. Erasmus+: Sport, Youth. EU Aid Volunteers.
  • A7. Erasmus+: Education and Youth Policy Analysis.
  • B1. Creative Europe: Culture.
  • B2. Creative Europe: Media.
  • C1. Europe for Citizens.
  • R1. Human Resources, Administration, Communication.
  • R2. Finances, Accounting, Programming.
  • R3. Informatics, Logistics.


  1. ^ Organisation Chart of DG EAC
  2. ^ Organisation Chart of DG CONNECT
  3. ^ Organisation Chart of DG HOME
  4. ^ ECHO, Humanitarian aid and civil protection – 2014 Adopted budget
  5. ^ About EACEA
  6. ^ Organisation chart of EACEA

External links

  • Official Website

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