Erasmus+ provides opportunities for young people to spend time abroad and widen their horizons. Here are a few tips and blogs written by Erasmus+ students.
To learn more about new teaching methods, check out the 3 specialised tools for schools and teachers at the School Education Gateway.
Planning to study abroad and want to know what sort of budget you need? Check out this overview of tuition fees per country:
Would you like to enjoy student life in another country but are afraid it will cost you an arm and a leg? Read on to find out how you can track down a scholarship and start the next academic year in the country of your dreams.
Better do some research! Start by checking the information on the websites below that we have selected to guide you in your choice of country, university, programme and possible scholarships.
Ok, you'll still be at school – but you'll be making new friends, improving your language skills and getting to know a whole new culture.
Are you a teacher, youth worker or lecturer? Check out this fun cartoon and find out how the Erasmus+ programme can work for you!
Curious about how schools and universities work in other countries?
Become a Member of the European Parliament for a day – and find out how it all works first hand, through the Euroscola scheme.
There are 2 main reasons you might need to have your studies recognised in another country: when you are going on an Erasmus or other exchange, or when you want to move to another country to study or work.
Aside from the educational, cultural and personal benefits, doing an Erasmus+ year can give your future career a definite boost.