You can give your adult learners’ employability a boost by working with business.
Give your adult learners a boost by working with other adult education organisations and institutions across Europe! You can work together to exchange new practices in areas of common interest, develop new approaches and improve quality.
The Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe (EPALE) is an upcoming online space to exchange, showcase, and promote methods of good practice in adult education, scheduled to come online in late 2014.
If you work in adult education, you may be able to take part in a work and study period abroad. Exchanges can help you to improve your language skills and cultural knowledge.
Do you work at a university or are you involved in business? If so, you can work together as part of a Knowledge Alliance. These partnerships allow businesses and universities to work together to bridge the gap between study and employment.
If you are currently studying at master’s level at a higher education institution (or considering it) you may be able to work towards a joint master’s degree.
Your university can work with other higher education institutions outside the EU to help modernise and internationalise higher education in neighbouring countries, as well as Africa, Asia and Latin America.
If you work for a higher education institution, you can take part in professional development opportunities abroad.
Higher Education – Opportunities for students
Are you a university student working towards a bachelor’s, master’s degree or a doctorate? Would you like to undertake a period of study in another country? You can!
Higher education institutions can work together to teach and research EU topics with the Jean Monnet programme. Your organisation can be recognised for excellence in promoting, teaching, researching EU issues.
If you are a policy maker or an academic, you can discuss EU issues and share strategies with others in your field through the Jean Monnet programme.
If you want to give your higher education institution a boost by introducing a European dimension, you can get involved with the Jean Monnet programme.
Are you a teacher and would like to exchange with colleagues or work on projects with other schools across Europe?
Do you want to improve the quality of teaching and learning at your school?
Are you involved in primary or secondary school education? Are you interested in continuing your professional development?
Your vocational institution can work with others to help improve vocational education and training across Europe. You can work with enterprises, social partners and local or regional authorities to deliver high quality vocational education and training which is relevant to national and European labour market needs.
Learn new methods of teaching and training abroad and help to develop your organisation's European network.
Are you a vocational education and training student, trainee or apprentice?