Connect with Europass

What is Europass?

The Europass website, managed by Cedefop, was launched in 2005 and has received over 150 million visits so far.

What is the Europass CV?

It is the curriculum vitae layout recommended by the European Commission.

Over 19 million Europass CVs were generated online in 2016 and about 85 million in total since launch.

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Who can become interoperable with Europass?

Any organisation that maintains a CV database or manages an IT system where end-users fill in a profile or an application form is a natural candidate for liaising with Europass:

  • public employment services
  • recruitment agencies
  • career guidance offices
  • job portals
  • HR services

Why should you become interoperable with Europass

  • Added value for your end-users, eliminating the need to fill in the same information repeatedly on different platforms.
  • Increased attractiveness for your organisation, providing compatibility with a widely recognised European service.

How much does it cost?

Integrating your system with Europass entails no financial cost.Our options are based on widely-used, open standards.We also provide extensive resources, documentation and technical support.

  • XML
  • Java
  • JSON
  • REST
  • Web Services
  • Javascript
  • iText
  • Apache & Mysql

Interoperability Options

Upload a Europass CV

Allows users to create a profile on your platform starting from an existing Europass CV.
By uploading a Europass CV, common fields can be automatically populated with the corresponding personal data.

Export in Europass Format

Allows users to export personal data already entered in your IT system. Using our web services, this option enables your clients to produce a graphically formatted Europass CV directly from your platform.

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