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Adult education projects empower adult learners with fewer opportunities

News | 15/02/2017 - 12:40

There are multiple pathways for adult learners with fewer opportunities to improve their skills, and many projects are making those pathways more obvious and readily available. Whether it’s helping adults with learning disabilities undergo training to become more autonomous, or proving that real-life competences gained during migration are applicable to many jobs, these... more

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Erasmus+ Master Loan Scheme, expanding higher education

News | 15/02/2017 - 09:57

Is your higher education institution interested in attracting more international students into your post graduate programmes? Are you a student who is looking for funding in order to complete a master degree abroad? Check out the Erasmus+ Master Loan Scheme and open new doors.

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Erasmus+, now open for students and staff worldwide

News | 15/02/2017 - 12:17

Since 2015, Erasmus+ has been funding student and staff mobility between universities from Europe and universities elsewhere in the world. These projects are funded by a range of regional budgets that make sure that all countries – particularly the less developed countries in various continents - get access to these opportunities.

Mohammad, a refugee learning French with Erasmus+ Online Linguistic Support

Free online interactive language courses for Erasmus+ students and refugees alike

News | 15/02/2017 - 09:50

Learning a new language is one of the main reasons why people participate in Erasmus+. More than 600,000 students, apprentices and volunteers have already benefited from the Erasmus+ Online Linguistic Support (OLS) and significantly improved their language skills with it, making OLS a key success factor of Erasmus+ mobility. This is why, following the recent migration... more

From jail to heritage preservation

News | 15/02/2017 - 12:52

Erasmus+ has been working to help adult prisoners find new pathways for years, to great success. This story highlights a man who took up painting while in prison in Bulgaria, and found it changed his life so much he now works in heritage preservation. That’s just one of many similar success stories to come out of implementing art education programmes in prisons. Now, a... more

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EPALE, an online platform for all adult education stakeholders

News | 14/02/2017 - 12:15

If you haven’t checked out the e-Platform for Adult Learning in Europe (EPALE) visit now for information on 24 themes on adult education and training. Whether you’re interested in social inclusion, immigrants, second chance schools, or more, the platform will help you find partners and participate in discussions.

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Creating the climate change specialists of the future

News | 27/01/2017 - 17:02

Land degradation is a human-induced or natural process which negatively affects the productivity of land within an ecosystem; RECLAND is an innovative Masters programme based on recent research into land degradation.

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