Learning in Europe


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 Wiener Bildungsserver
 Niederösterreichischer Bildungsserver
 Bildungsserver Burgenland
 Education Group Oberösterreich
 Styrian Education Server
 Salzburger Bildungsnetz
 Bildungsserver Kärnten
 Tiroler Bildungsservice
 Vorarlberger Bildungsserver
EU Kid's Corner

The KinderuniWien takes place every year in July. Nearly all procedures are the same as at a university for adults, just the "students" are a lot younger, between 7 and 12 years. The website of the Kinderbüro offers a lot of interesting information.

Every year Schools at University  offers a week full of highly interesting programs for young people.
Youth service
School multi-lingual
Education Servers in Germany
ScoilNet - Portal for Irish Education

Living and Learning in the EU (Road Ahead Prize 2002) 

European School Systems
Fit for Europe
The Learning Teacher Network
European Language Portfolio

Now the EU has got 24 official languages. Therefore it is easily understandable, how important it is to speak at least some of them. Acquiring a good command of a language takes time, but even if you know only some phrases, this can be seen as a very positive attitude towards people from other countries, esp. in business contacts. Find out more about the languages of the EU!

-- European Year of Languages

-- International Year of Languages (2008) 

Your Europe

provides you with detailed practical information on your rights and opportunities in the EU and its Internal Market plus advice on how to exercise these rights in practice. For example, you can learn more about living, working and studying in another EU country.

In March 2000 the European Council set the goal that Europe should become "the most competitive and knowledge-based in the world, capable of sustaniable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion." Open Education Europa is supporting everyone in Europe to reach that ambitious goal.
Education and Training in the EU

PLOTEUS aims to help students, job seekers, workers, parents, guidance counsellors and teachers to find out information about studying in Europe.

If you are following a course or learning, at whatever level, that is part work-based and includes a period abroad, you can have it recorded in a Europass Training document.
ECVET - European Credit System within VET
EQAVET - European Quality Assurance in Vocational Education and Training
EU VET Support

As soon as you want to find a job somewhere in the EU, you should not forget to visit EURES - The European Job Mobility Portal. For a job application you will need the standardized Europass CV.

DLTK's Educational Activities for Children offers a wide range of activities for kids in numerous fields.

Languages of the EU

iEARN (International Education and Resource Network) is the world's largest non-profit global network that enables young people to use the Internet and other new technologies to engage in collaborative educational projects that both enhance learning and make a difference in the world.



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