Even though your first experience with ESN mightbe on a local level, ESN is an international organization. This is demonstrated through the different international projects we work on. The projects helps define a purpouse of ESN for the sections and shows that what we do on a sectional level connects internationally.
ExchangeAbility promotes and guides students with disabilities in doing an exchange. Read more on the official page here: http://www.esn.org/content/exchangeability
From the official page found here http://www.esn.org/content/prime-problems-recognition-making-erasmus we quote
PRIME, Problems of Recognition In Making Erasmus is a research project. It is supported by the European Commission under an Erasmus Accompanying Measures grant within the Lifelong Learning Programme. It is a complex qualitative and quantitative study which aims at pointing out the examples of existing obstacles to student mobility and providing suggestions for improvements in order to facilitate student exchange in Europe. PRIME project was launched in 2009. Currently, ESN is leading a second edition of the study.
To get information about how students on exchange experience their time abroad ESN conducts a survey every year. Each year has a different focus. Read more about the survey on the official page here: http://esn.org/survey
Read more about some selected projects in the dropdown in the main menu.