Europass Easy to Use and Useful

The Finnish Europass Centre wanted to know more about the visitors to our website (europass.fi) and how they like our pages and Europass.

We asked how our visitors liked our website and if they had found the information they were looking for. Our website got 3,39 start out of 5 ā€“ and nearly everyone had found the information they needed. Nearly a half of the respondents visited the website for the first time.

Europass is Easy to Use

Most respondents believed Europass to be easy to use; however, more guidance and instructions to users are needed.

Respondents also believed that Europass is a useful tool. Particularly the younger people thought that Europass can be helpful; the younger respondents also indicated more interest in working or studying abroad in the future, when Europass can be of help.

Europass documents used

Europass CV the Most Popular

Europass CV is the most popular of the Europass documents throughout Europe. In Finland, too the Europass CV is by far the most used document, thus it was expected that it was also the most used Europass tool among the respondents.

The Europass CV also got positive feedback from the respondents. Also the Europass Mobility was widely used amongst the respondents ā€“ but the feedback from this document was mostly negative.

More Information Needed

58% of the respondents had not used Europass. The most common reason was, that the respondent had not heard of Europass before. The second most common reason was, that the person had not yet had a need to use Europass.

Why Europass was not used

You can download the full summary in Finnish from here (pdf): Europass-kysely.

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