Did you know that 44 countries are involved in eTwinning, across Europe and beyond? You can check if your country is part of eTwinning on the map on the homepage. If it’s there, a National Support Service (NSS) or a Partner Support Agency (PSA) is at your disposal to provide support in your national language, promote eTwinning across your country, organise professional development activities, and much more.
Find eTwinning in your country
eTwinning Ambassadors are fundamental to the eTwinning community. They are enthusiastic teachers with a wealth of experience who run eTwinning projects, support eTwinners with pedagogical and technical issues, and provide on-site and online training.
eTwinning recognises and accredits the involvement, commitment, dedication not only of individual eTwinners, but of teams of teachers and school leaders within the same school. The eTwinning School Label recognises the work done at a school level and empowers these schools to be leaders in the local and national community. Watch out for the notice to apply.
Meet the Friends of eTwinning. eTwinning Friends are institutions, organisations and initiatives which offer high-quality resources, opportunities and ideas related to their field of expertise, helping eTwinners to enhance their skills and knowledge.