Commission’s new agenda for higher education

Have you heard about the new agenda for higher education?

Higher Education

On 30 May, the Commission published a strategy paper known as Communication, setting out its perspective on how higher education needs to adapt to a changing world and help shape the Europe of the future. The new strategy identifies four main priority areas, and proposes specific EU-level activities to complement the work done by national authorities and by higher education institutions.

Children in school

Network to help migrant children in education

Language teaching and learning, School education, Strategic framework

Education is a powerful tool for integrating refugees and other newly arrived migrants into European societies. But among the many successes, there are also challenges.

African students call for greater student involvement

Higher Education, Strategic framework

Students must become full partners in higher education development to keep it tuned to current and ever more rapidly changing demands, according to the two students who presented their cases at the 14th AAU General Conference in Accra, Ghana, on the 6th of June.

Increase solidarity in schools

What can we do to increase solidarity in schools?

School education

Exclusion, harassment and cyber-bullying are increasingly common, and can take many different forms. They can have devastating effects. But there’s a lot Erasmus+ projects can do to stop this abuse.

The art of teaching citizenship

The art of teaching citizenship

School education

Teaching citizenship can take many forms, focus on many different aspects and use a whole lot of different methodologies. To take advantage of these possibilities, Erasmus+ projects have demonstrated great creativity in developing innovative approaches. Here are a few inspiring examples.

Education gets upgrade

Social services education gets upgrade

Higher Education

A recently completed project has shown how universities working across borders not only develop better programmes but they also give the graduates and social services practitioners a better understanding of the needs of the people they will support.