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For 2018, €30m will be available to UK schools to apply for Erasmus+ activities, compared to €21m in 2017. This provides a significant opportunity for many more schools to access Erasmus+ funding for a range of international activities that can develop key skills in both teachers and pupils, enhance the curriculum, and support education policy priorities. Activities include international...
Stephanie Kleynhans
Universities UK International (UUKi) are calling for higher education providers to join the Go International: Stand Out campaign to help reach their goal of doubling the percentage of UK undergraduate students who go abroad as part of their studies by 2020. Here Stephanie Kleynhans, Policy Officer at UUKi, tells us about the new campaign. Currently, just 6.6% of UK undergraduates spend two weeks...
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New research shows that Erasmus+: Youth in Action is helping maintain and improve the quality of youth work across Europe. The findings show that participation in an Erasmus+ mobility project is an important pathway for accessing professional development and training opportunities. In this blog post Steven Murray, Impact Assessor at the UK National Agency, shares some of the outcomes from this...
If you could help to shape the future of learning and skills recognition, which recommendations would you give?  High-level practitioners and experts in the field of vocational education and training (VET) from across Europe discussed the topic at PEARL, a two-day event in Birmingham. It was hosted in July by the Erasmus+ UK National Agency (NA) with the European Credit system for Vocational...
Sophie McKeand
To celebrate 30 years of Erasmus+, we asked Sophie McKeand to do what she does best and capture the Erasmus+ spirit in a poem. Who is Sophie McKeand? Sophie McKeand is an award-winning poet, TEDx speaker and the current Young People’s Laureate for Wales. Her poetry has been widely published and she has performed extensively across the UK at events such as Hay Festival, Gwyl Arall and Festival No6...
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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...