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Teaching abroad

The Erasmus programme is mostly known for making possible student mobility in the countries that have affiliated to it. Since the Erasmus+ programme creation in 2014, every individual can benefit from the programme according to their status and only if their institution has an Erasmus+ partnership. As a teacher; you also have the right to…

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Serbia: a new Erasmus+ programme destination

According to the European Commission, “Tibor Navracsics, member of the commission in charge of education, culture, youth and sports, and Mladen Sarcevic, minister of the Serbian education, sciences and technological development, had signed today (February 5, 2019) an agreement which reinforces the participation of Serbia in the Erasmus+ programme”. The programme has also been developed…

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Erasmus+ mobility for apprentices

In 2017, 6 800 french apprentices went on a mobility trip in Europe thanks to the Erasmus+ programme.  Whether you are an apprentice, student or teacher, do not limit yourself on your mobility trip project. You can benefit from various financial and organizational advantages thanks to the Erasmus+ programme.  Since 1995, you can make your…

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Your Erasmus trip to Ireland

Since Brexit, Ireland has become a top destination when it comes to Erasmus trips abroad. Indeed, more and more students choose this country to make their studies in an English-speaking country since the announcement of Brexit and the United Kingdom.    Prepare your Erasmus+ trip to Ireland  First, make sure that all your identity papers…

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Internship mobility for your students

Do you wonder how you can participate in the professional and personal evolution of your students?  As a school principal or responsible for the international exchanges department, do you know the real importance of foreign mobility? Today, a resume can be very valued if the candidate has an experience abroad. According to Erasmus+, “In 2005…

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