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#SELFIE_EU – Commission launches new tool to support #DigitalTeaching and learning in schools

#SELFIE_EU – Commission launches new tool to support #DigitalTeaching and learning in schools

| October 31, 2018

The European Commission has unveiled a new tool to help all schools in the EU, as well as in Russia, Georgia and Serbia, to assess how they use digital technology for teaching and learning. In the EU, SELFIE (Self-reflection on Effective Learning by Fostering the use of Innovative Educational Technologies) will be offered to 76.7 million students […]

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#InnovationRadarPrize2018 – Vote to elect Europe’s world-class innovators is open

#InnovationRadarPrize2018 – Vote to elect Europe’s world-class innovators is open

| October 31, 2018

As of Wednesday (31 October), EU citizens are invited to vote for their favourite scientific and technological breakthroughs funded by the European Union. The European Commission has launched a competition to identify Europe’s top future innovators. Citizens can now vote for the 20 innovators they think most deserve the Innovation Radar Prize 2018, which is open until 12 November […]

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#Erasmus+ – An expected budget of €3 billion to be invested in young Europeans and to help create European universities in 2019

#Erasmus+ – An expected budget of €3 billion to be invested in young Europeans and to help create European universities in 2019

| October 26, 2018

For 2019, funds available for Erasmus+ are expected to increase by €300 million or 10% compared to 2018. The Commission has published its 2019 call for proposals for the Erasmus+ programme. From an expected budget of €3 billion for next year, €30 million has been set aside for dedicated European Universities. This is a new initiative that was endorsed by […]

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#Education and #Training in Europe: Where do we stand?

#Education and #Training in Europe: Where do we stand?

| October 17, 2018

The European Commission has published the 2018 edition of the Education and Training Monitor, which analyses and compares the main challenges for European education systems. Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Commissioner Tibor Navracsics unveiled this annual flagship publication at a launch seminar at European Commission headquarters in Brussels. This was followed by a debate on […]

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#EuropeanDayOfLanguages – Celebrating languages as cultural heritage

#EuropeanDayOfLanguages – Celebrating languages as cultural heritage

| September 27, 2018

On 26 September, the European Day of Languages was celebrated in Europe in the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage. Schools, cultural institutes, libraries and associations will organize various events, including seminars, quizzes, lectures, radio shows, poetry readings and stories. In Brussels, the European Commission are organizing a conference on Multilingual Education and Cultural Expression […]

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Three reasons why #Students in Europe prefer private accommodation

Three reasons why #Students in Europe prefer private accommodation

| July 12, 2018

Dorms and university-run student housing used to be the main options for students looking for accommodation when studying abroad or in a new city. Dorms are relatively easy to find even today, mainly because top universities continue to provide them for new and existing students. In reality, however, more students now live in private accommodation […]

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#Erasmus+ goes virtual

#Erasmus+ goes virtual

| March 21, 2018

Erasmus+, one of the EU’s iconic and most successful programmes, has added an online version to its mobility actions, to link more students and young people from European countries and the southern neighbourhood of the EU. The European Commission has launched Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange, a project to promote intercultural dialogue and improve the skills of at […]

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