May 2020

Erasmus+ participants on mountain
People who take part in the Erasmus+ programme go through a time of new and exciting opportunities. They often say that the experience gives them the fantastic ability to acquire new skills, travel and discover new cultures. First and foremost, though, it is the chance to meet and make life-long friends that they really value. Let’s look at what makes Erasmus+ friendships unique. Fun experiences...
Female project participant in wheelchair smiling
Erasmus+ gives higher education students from all walks of life the opportunity to study or work abroad, to develop new skills, raise their aspirations and boost employability. However, research shows that although less advantaged students have the most to gain from a period abroad, they are the least likely to take part. We look at how higher education institutions (HEIs) can encourage and...
Regenerous member holding up card
Now, more than ever, is the time to make the leap to digital. For your organisation, that could involve finding new ways of working or connecting people online so that you can continue to work in the same way you have always done.  Various UK beneficiaries have been looking at ways to adapt their activities in light of the current situation, or have previously implemented digital elements into...