The on-going activities of the National Centres of Mathematics should influence the growing interest in mathematics among students at the partner universities.
This may result in the increasing numbers of students taking mathematical courses (these are currently at the dangerously low levels in many countries), and it should improve, in the short term, their results.

In the longer term, it is anticipated that the project might have an impact on re-awakening an awareness of the importance of mathematical competence and knowledge in the new European research area.

Greater interest from teachers, trainers, university assistants and lecturers in the use of new technologies and e-learning facilities in the education of mathematics will be a sign of the project's success in disseminating information on existing resources, as will an increase in requests to provide assistance for training of new prospective authors of electronic study materials.