Imsieħba, Portali, u Għodod
Patrik Krebs, a Slovakian stage director, used Erasmus+ adult learning opportunities to teach and empower underprivileged members of his community. 'The ability to travel outside my home country, to meet and work with others, was for me and our theatre a powerful driving force over the past years.'
Aitor Cuervo is one of 650,000 vocational students and trainees who will receive grants to study, train or work abroad through Erasmus+. 'My experiences here have made me stronger, able to be more independent, more flexible, to work harder than before'.
The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is a tool for making studies and courses more transparent and thus helping to enhance the quality of higher education.
Find out more about ECTS for course design.
Grade distribution tables facilitate that grades awarded in all subject areas or institutions in all countries of the European Higher Education Area can be properly understood and correctly compared.
ECTS facilitates lifelong learning, open learning opportunities and the recognition of prior learning and experience.
ECTS helps students to be mobile and have their credits transferred and recognised on their return.
Erasmus+ hu l-programm il-ġdid tal-UE għall-Edukazzjoni, it-Taħriġ, iż-Żgħażagħ u l-Isport għall-2014-2020, li jibda f’Jannar 2014.
Generation Y - Season 4 Episode 5
Generation Y - Season 4 Episode 3
Int għalliem, taħdem maż-żgħażagħ jew lekċerer? Iċċekkja l-kartun il-ġdid tagħna biex tagħti daqqa t'għajn ħafifa u ssir taf kif Erasmus+ jista' jaħdem għalik!
Jekk qed tfittex biex tagħti daqqa t'għajn ħafifa lejn x'joffri lill-istudenti l-programm il-ġdid, dan il-kartun magħmul apposta għalik.
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