With the new Erasmus+ Programme, the numbers of people in Europe studying and training abroad for a period of time will more than double. What do career guidance counsellors have to do with that, one might ask. From the EU’s point of view, the answer is “everything”. Not only can they participate as individuals in this great wave of learning mobility, but they are also seen as catalysts to encourage others to seize the opportunity. Promoting this idea is one of the Euroguidance centre’s main raisons d’être.