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23:02 - Call for application EUROPEANS FOR PEACE
Neue Ausschreibung im Frderprogramm EUROPEANS FOR PEACE
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15:19 - Coming soon EU Young Translator contest 2014
Each year, the EU Young Translator Juvenes Translatores contest gives a taste of what it is like to be a translator to over 3 000 teenagers from more than 750 schools across Europe...

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Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency calls for experts

The new Call for expression of interest for experts to assist the Agency in the framework of the management of EU programmes in the field of education, audiovisual, culture, youth, sport, EU aid volunteers, and citizenship or any...[more]

AEDE Comit Europen, European Committee, 13 -17 novembre 2013

The next meeting of the European Committee will be held on: Friday, November 15th, 2013 in the European Parliament in Strasbourg, La prochaine runion du Comit Europen se tiendra le Vendredi 15 novembre 2013 au Parlement...[more]

The John Lennon educational bus on tour in Europe

The John Lennon educational bus is touring for the first time in Europe and is making a stop in Brussels on 3 and 4 October.[more]

YELL2 Young Europeans Love Languages

A network of European organizations aiming to promote language learning[more]

Commission launches 'Opening up Education' to boost innovation and digital skills in schools and universities

More than 60% of nine year olds in the EU are in schools which are still not digitally equipped. The European Commission today unveils 'Opening up Education', an action plan to tackle this and other digital problems which are...[more]

New publication: "Entrepreneurship Education A Guide for Educators"

Through the Entrepreneurship 2020 Action Plan and the Rethinking Education Communication, the European Commission has emphasised the need to embed entrepreneurial learning in all sectors of education, and the central role played...[more]

Call for participants: "EU-China Expert Seminar on Youth Entrepreneurship"

The Expert Seminar on Youth Entrepreneurship, to take place in Brussels, is scheduled for 25-27 November 2013.[more]

EU Comenius Course

Lessons from Nature, Education for a Sustainable Future. What can nature teach us about sustainability?[more]

EU Comenius Course

Lessons from Nature, Education for a Sustainable Future. What can nature teach us about sustainability?[more]

Conference "Motivation in language education"

On 24th September 2013, the international conference on Motivation in language education will be held at the University of Warsaw.[more]

Learn Europe Press Release

Launch of the Learn Europe web site (, a new educational tool which focuses on the history, geography and economics of the European Union.[more]

European Commission Traineeships, (March 2014)

A paid traineeship of 5 months with the European Commission (or some executive bodies and agencies of the European Institutions like, for instance, the European External Action Service or Executive Agency for Competitiveness and...[more]

Results from Irish Presidency in the youth field

Under the Irish Presidency, two Council Conclusions have been adopted in May 2013.[more]

E-Learning Courses for the C1 & C2 levels for the Modern Greek language

Greek is one of the less widely taught languages in Europe. However, many European languages include words of Greek origin, resulting in many Europeans (but also people from all around the world) wanting to learn Greek, to better...[more]

Promoting language learning through sports

Languages meet Sport is a project supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme that uses the communicative power of sport to promote linguistic diversity and multilingualism.[more]

Learning languages with E-LOCAL

E-LOCAL (Electronically Learning Other Cultures And Languages) is a project funded under the LLP KA2 Languages which executes the EU language policy based on the principle of fostering language diversity, promoting...[more]

Mapping cross-border provision of higher education in the EU

A new study shows that cross-border higher education affects only a very small minority of students within the EU, but it is on an upward curve.[more]

cafbabel, the first European media

cafbabel is a public forum which firmly gives the floor to actors in the civil society and the eurogeneration a term coined to recognise the first generation of mobile, internet-savvy European citizens.[more]

New information from Eurostat on youth unemployment and youth participation into education and the labour market

As part of its "Statistics Explained' website, Eurostat published two articles on youth unemployment and on youth participation in education and the labour market.[more]

Apply for the 2014 EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards. Deadline: 9/9/13

Each year, the European Union and Europa Nostra reward the best of cultural heritage achievements through the European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award.[more]

European universities need to think global, says Commission

The international higher education landscape is changing dramatically in shape and size, with greater competition from countries such as China and India. This calls for an overhaul in the way Europe's 4 000 universities operate -...[more]

Launch of European Alliance for Apprenticeships

The European Alliance for Apprenticeships is launched today by Commissioners Androulla Vassiliou Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth) and Lszl Andor (Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion) at the 2013 WorldSkills...[more]

The European Union welcomes its 28th Member State

On 1st July 2013 Croatia joins the European Union, increasing the number of EU official languages to 24. DG Translation is welcoming the new Member State with a flag ceremony in Luxembourg (12:30-13:15), which will be webstreamed...[more]

Bulgarian and Romanian Migration to the UK, January 2014

The current raft of transitional restrictions on citizens of the two latest countries to join the EU, Bulgaria and Romania, who want to live and work in other member states will come to an end on 1st January 2014. [more]

EU investment for education and youth employability pays off, OECD report confirms

The European Commission today welcomed the launch of Education at a Glance 2013, an annual report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) which analyses the education systems of the 34 OECD member...[more]

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