What is EuroPass?
How to complete a EuroPass CV?
The Europass Curriculum Vitae (CV) can be completed:
- Online. Go to the Europass online editor to complete your CV. You can then download the file or send it to your e-mail account.
Important: always save your Europass Curriculum Vitae in XML or PDF-XML format on your computer. You will then be able to upload the file to the editor for update.
- Offline. Download the Europass CV template, instructions and examples. You can then use this information to generate your CV on your computer.
How to become interoperable with EuroPass?
For general information on interoperability:
- Download the brochure Connect with Europass.
- Visit the interoperability portal which gathers in a clear and concise way technical information concerning Europass interoperability.
- Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Which EuroPass documents do I need?
Europass is a collection of five documents:
Two documents in free access, completed by European citizens:
- The Curriculum Vitae helps you present your skills and qualifications effectively and clearly. You can create your CV online using tutorials or download the template, examples and instructions. Find out more.
- The Language passport is a self-assessment tool for language skills and qualifications. You can create your Language Passport online using tutorials or download the template, examples and instructions. Find out more.
Three documents issued by education and training authorities:
- The Europass Mobility records the knowledge and skills acquired in another European country. Find out more.
- The Certificate Supplement describes the knowledge and skills acquired by holders of vocational education and training certificates. Find out more.
- The Diploma Supplement describes the knowledge and skills acquired by holders of higher education degrees. Find out more.