Teaching entrepreneurship in schools

Teaching entrepreneurship in schools

School education

Entrepreneurship is increasingly important if young people want to succeed after they leave full time education. As a result, schools are becoming more and more responsible for developing what is both a mindset and a skill. Erasmus+ projects have a part to play by making sure that educational staff are equipped with the knowledge, teaching materials and methodologies they need.

eTwinning European Prizes

Who won this year’s eTwinning European Prizes?

School education

We are very happy to announce that 14 eTwinning projects have been awarded the 2017 eTwinning European Prizes! The jury selected a winner and a runner-up (from three age categories), and eight special achievements from among the 591 entries. The selected projects show the incredible variety and high interest in eTwinning projects.

SOLA: entrepreneurship today to create the jobs of tomorrow

SOLA: entrepreneurship today to create the jobs of tomorrow

Business and languages, Higher Education

Spin-Off Lean Acceleration is ambitious – just like the students it aims to help. The project plans to "become the bridge between Europe and Latin America" that supports the modernisation of Higher Education Institutions. This inspiring project is funded by Erasmus+ as a Capacity Building project in Higher Education.

Help shape the future of Erasmus+!

Adult education, Jean Monnet – European integration studies, Higher Education, Language teaching and learning, School education, Strategic framework, Vocational Education and Training

Wondering what the impact of international mobility or cooperation programmes is in the areas of education, training, youth and sport? We need you!

Cover page of the Monitoring eTwinning Practice report

Two new publications on schools and teaching released

EU policy, School education, Strategic framework

The two new publications released by eTwinning include "Growing Digital Citizens" and a report on teachers' practice and competence development.

Have your say on Erasmus+

EU policy, Strategic framework

The Commission wants to hear from young people, students, teachers, youth workers, organisations, employers and more as it shapes the programme's future.