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With the autumn school term now well under way, we’ve highlighted our three favourite new resources available on the Schools Education Gateway (SEG) to support and inspire you and your pupils. With courses, tools and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on tackling early school leavers, working with parents and motivational maths, we’re sure they will help to get the new school year off to a great...
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The European Week of Sport kicks-off its third annual week to promote sport and physical activity for everyone, regardless of age, background or fitness level. It brings together 32 countries and 35 European partners to encourage a healthy, happy and inclusive #BeActive society. The week runs from the 23 – 30 September, with events taking place across Europe throughout the whole month. Although...
Ana-Maria Broscatan is an Erasmus+ Student Ambassador who spent a year abroad studying in Maastricht University in the Netherlands. She has just completed Law with Legal Studies in Europe at Reading University. She reflects on her experience and gives some handy hints to students going abroad or thinking about taking part. 1) It’s never too early "If you haven’t thought about going on an Erasmus...
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The Erasmus+ Project Results Platform can help you find partners, increase your project's visibility and share outputs with colleagues across Europe and beyond. Here at the National Agency, the team have shared some tips to help you get the most from the platform. If you are unfamiliar with the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform (EPRP) watch our short video to give you an overview! Remember, using...
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A recent report by Universities UK International (UUKi) looks at the extent to which disadvantaged students spend time abroad as part of their undergraduate degree. It was written as part of the ‘Widening Participation in UK Outward Student Mobility’ project, supported by the UK National Agency and the Department for Education. Here Katherine Allinson, Policy Researcher at Universities UK...
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I’m looking to apply in 2018 – what would I need to do now? Summer holidays, Christmas and even the New Year celebrations. There certainly is a lot to happen between now and the early months of next year. However, if you’re planning to apply for Erasmus+ funding there are a number of things you can do now to help make your application journey as simple as possible. Follow our six tips put...