To celebrate 30 years of the Erasmus programme, the Embassy of France in Ireland, together with the Higher Education Authority, twelve EU Embassies and the European Commission Representation in Ireland, has launched "European Union(s)", a photo exhibition highlighting the human dimension of the Erasmus programme.
The exhibition presents the stories of 22 binational families who met through the Erasmus programme since its launch.
The European Commission has developed a large variety of resources, including downloadable booklets and wall charts as well as interactive games, to help students learn about the European Union. Information...Read more
Teachers and students from Ireland can study or teach abroad under dedicated, EU-financed programmes. From 2014, you can apply via Erasmus+ . Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education,...Read more