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Long-term EU budget: MEPs slam cuts to culture and #Education

Long-term EU budget: MEPs slam cuts to culture and #Education

| June 25, 2020

The Culture and Education Committee has criticized the cuts to education and cultural programmes made by the Commission in its new proposal for the 2021-2027 budget. In a debate in the Culture and Education Committee with the Commission, all MEPs referred to cuts in the revised MFF proposal (MFF: Multiannual Financial Framework) as “unacceptable” for […]

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Towards a new European system to follow students’ post-graduate paths

Towards a new European system to follow students’ post-graduate paths

| June 8, 2020

To improve education and training systems, it is key to have access to good quality information on what graduates do after obtaining their higher education qualifications and how they perceive the relevance of their studies. Two reports published by the European Commission today show the benefits of an EU-wide graduate tracking system to achieve exactly this. Innovation, […]

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International collaboration in the field of #ICT research is a central cog in the wheel in tackling the global challenges of today

International collaboration in the field of #ICT research is a central cog in the wheel in tackling the global challenges of today

| May 11, 2020

  Researchers and scientists from all over the world are working together to find a vaccine to combat Coronavirus. Companies from Europe, China, USA, Australia and Canada are at the forefront in seeking to find medical solutions to tackle Covid-19. But there is one common denominator in the work of all these specific research programmes. […]

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British schools struggle to stay open amid #Coronavirus outbreak

British schools struggle to stay open amid #Coronavirus outbreak

| March 18, 2020

Schools across Britain are struggling to stay open today (18 March), with some forced to partially or fully close as staff and students stayed at home because of the spread of coronavirus, writes Andrew MacAskill. The closures come amid confusion about why schools are being advised to stay open when the government has stepped up […]

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#MohamedVIPolytechnic Moroccan University – With a vision

#MohamedVIPolytechnic Moroccan University – With a vision

| February 12, 2020

Morocco’s newest university is showing the way for Africa’s creative talent to develop innovative solutions to tackle climate change on the continent, writes James Wilson. The vision of the young dynamic Mohamed VI Polytechnic University of Morocco is to deliver the next generation of entrepreneurs in engineering, architecture, agriculture and science. The philosophy of the […]

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Commissioner Navracsics hosts second #EuropeanEducationSummit 

Commissioner Navracsics hosts second #EuropeanEducationSummit 

| August 21, 2019

On 26 September, the second European Education Summit will take place in Brussels. The one-day event will be hosted by Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Commissioner Tibor Navracsics. This second edition will focus on the teaching profession – which has a key role to play in building a true European Education Area by 2025. Discussions […]

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First 17 ‘European Universities’ selected: Major step towards building a #EuropeanEducationArea

First 17 ‘European Universities’ selected: Major step towards building a #EuropeanEducationArea

| June 27, 2019

The European Commission has announced the higher education institutions from all over Europe that will be part of the first European Universities alliances. They will enhance the quality and attractiveness of European higher education and boost co-operation between institutions, their students and staff.  Out of 54 applications received, 17 European universities involving 114 higher education institutions from 24 member states […]

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