The IEREST team has successfully completed all planned project tasks. IEREST is officially concluded, and the IEREST manual is now available on line for a wider public access. The activities developed within the frame of the project aim at preparing higher education students for Erasmus mobility; however, they can be easily adapted to other mobility contexts in higher education and beyond. At this stage the IEREST intercultural development activities have already been implemented in several institutions within Europe and outside of it, e.g. in Australia, Mexico and the United States. We hope that the project resources will inspire the community of intercultural education practice for further implementation.