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24 July 2019

6 tips for studying abroad in Europe

(From ec.europa.eu ) Organise your course selection in advance If possible, you should organise the specifics of your course and credits before travelling to your chosen university or college. If you’re going on an exchange, the administrative processes may be different to those of your home institution, so it may take some time to understand how things work. Having a plan in place before you arrive means you can avoid unnecessary stress in the already demanding first days of your study abroad programme. Ask questions A great way to prepare yourself for your study abroad is to ask people who...
09 April 2019

Helping Europe to embrace the latest technologies

(From ec.europa.eu ) Funded with the support of the Erasmus+ programme, the 3D-Help project began in November 2017. “The main aim of the project is to make adults more competent in the field of digital technologies,” Lucie Marková, from the European Development Agency, explains. “We’re producing innovative curricula and course content that focus on 3D printing. These resources will equip adults with specific skills related to ICT, engineering and technology, and they are free and open to everyone.” The European Development Agency from the Czech Republic is the lead partner on the project,...
11 September 2018

Be your own boss: Entrepreneurship and the EU

(From ec.europa.eu ) The crisis in Europe has highlighted the importance of self-employment as an opportunity for those without work. This is especially true in EU Member States that have been most affected by the economic crisis and where traditional jobs are in short supply. A new business may create jobs for others, lead to new skills, and may even give unemployed and vulnerable people a chance to contribute to society and the economy. With this in mind, the European Commission’s support strategy for entrepreneurship and self-employment has three focal points. Start-ups by the unemployed...
24 July 2018

Europe offers tourism job opportunities all year round

(From ec.europa.eu ) There are many tourism opportunities across the EU, from coastal and mountain destinations to popular cities. The sector supports 25 million jobs directly and indirectly in Europe. It’s the largest employer of young people, migrants, part-time workers and women, as pointed out by the European Commission and the International Labour Organization (ILO) . Requiring varying degrees of skills, tourism offers such workers a quick entry and/or re-entry route into the workforce. According to the latest data from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the United Nations agency...

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