24 février 2017

Meet the Erasmus+ VET learners

European Commission logoErasmus+ VET learners are varied and many. They are participants of all fields of study from across Europe who have completed a learning period abroad since 2014.
Through the programme, they gained valuable insight into different cultures and working practices, while gaining skills they can use for a lifetime. Read on to find out more about the demographics of the Erasmus+ VET learners, including which are the most popular host countries, and how students choose to spend their time abroad. More...

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StudVAP: students and professionals collaborate on audiovisual work

European Commission logoCapacity-building project StudVAP helps audiovisual and media students from Western Balkan countries to bridge the gap between their studies and the world of work. With more than 400 students and professionals across 6 countries involved there’s a lot of creativity flowing. More...

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EU education systems analysed in the European Semester – strengths and challenges after PISA

European Commission logoThe 27 country reports published today track the progress made by EU Member States towards Europe 2020 targets and the dual goal of growth and jobs.
Following the recently published PISA 2015 results, which showed a decline in science, reading and maths skills compared to PISA 2012 across the EU as a whole, these reports shine a light on both challenges and strengths of the education systems and how they affect the labour market and the economy of individual Member States. More...

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School leadership for equity and learning: take it to the students

European Commission logoA week of education-related events under Maltese EU Presidency was kicked off with a Conference on School leadership and equity in St. Julian's, Malta, on 16-17 January 2017. Linked to the Presidency theme of equity and inclusiveness, the purpose of the event was to explore how leadership - by school heads, but also by teachers and other staff - can contribute to making schools more equitable and inclusive. More...

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European Toolkit for Schools - Promoting inclusive education and tackling early school leaving

European Commission logoEarly school leaving remains a key issue in Europe, despite having decreased through successful measures since 2005. Check out the updated European Toolkit for Schools – supported by Erasmus+. It is helping make schools more inclusive and offers resources for all people involved in education. More...

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New study on higher education provision and labour market needs

European Commission logoEntitled From University to Employment: mapping higher education provision and labour market needs in the Western Balkans, the study focuses on higher education provision and labour market needs in the Western Balkans, offering concrete data for policy reform in both higher education and labour sectors. More...

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