This chapter discusses the findings related to the European context and the case studies of Austria, Greece, and Hungary, considering the overarching aim of the book to explore the influence of Europeanisation on teacher education policies and practices. In accordance with the comparative case study approach, the discussion is organised into vertical, horizontal, and transversal comparisons. First, findings are compared in a vertical way across the European, national, and institutional scales, in order to understand how certain actors, policies, and instruments move in space and influence policy change. Afterwards, a horizontal comparison attempts to contrast the different teacher education systems and trace the European influences across the case studies. Finally, the transversal comparison connects the horizontal elements and the vertical scales to explore how teacher education systems have changed over time. The chapter is concluded with policy implications and avenues for future research.