Enrolling as guest students to experience the German academic system

Higher Education

Many higher education institutions across the EU are facing legal hurdles when trying to integrate refugees and asylum-seekers in their programmes. That's why some institutions, such as the University of Bremen (Germany), had to come up with legal arrangements to allow refugees and/or asylum seekers to attend the courses they offer.

New Skills Agenda for Europe adopted

Strategic framework

The European Commission has adopted a new Skills Agenda for Europe. The agenda aims to make sure that people develop the skills necessary for the jobs of today and tomorrow. This task is essential to boost employability, competitiveness and growth across the EU.

European Masters in Translation on Facebook

Language teaching and learning

The European Master's in Translation is a partnership project between the European Commission and higher education institutions offering Master's level translation programmes all over Europe.

Erasmus+ Mobility schemes: training to use ICT applications

Higher Education

Education can play a major role in helping refugees adapt to the society welcoming them. Many education institutions have taken steps to help refugees find their place in society. Over the next eight weeks, we will feature initiatives put in place to support refugee teachers and students.