Life without borders: What it means to be an Erasmuser

This year, Europe’s most popular education programme, Erasmus, celebrated its 30th anniversary. One of the programme’s biggest advocates, Umberto Eco, believes Erasmus created the first generation of young Europeans. Now the programme’s successor, Erasmus+, continues to unite young people from around the world under its umbrella of opportunities, ranging from university exchanges to volunteering. Read more

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EU helps boost Ukraine’s vocational education

Maria Juríková, the Deputy Head of the European Union Delegation to Ukraine, and Borys Zhebrovsky, Project leader and the Deputy Education, Science, Youth and Sports Minister
Maria Juríková, the Deputy Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine, and Borys Zhebrovsky, Project leader and the Deputy Education, Science, Youth and Sports Minister

The EU and Ukraine are launching a new initiative to help modernise Ukraine’s legislative standards and principles of education and training – bringing them in line with EU policies.  Read more