European Commission offers a variety of choices for education exchange, internships, scholarships, learning opportunities and gaining qualifications in Europe.
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, National Qualifications Frameworks and how they compare.
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The central access point to find Open Educational Resources (including MOOC) from European providers.
In addition it is an access point to the most accurate in-depth information on research around digital and open education.
The European Job Mobility Portal provides information, advice and job-matching services for the benefit of any citizen wishing to benefit from the principle of the free movement of persons. EURES has a human network of more than 850 EURES advisers that are in daily contact with jobseekers and employers across Europe.
This website provides a new way for anyone to compare universities from all around the world.
Apprenticeships combine education and training in school and in a company and lead to a recognised qualification. Find out about this initiative that aims to promote apprenticeship schemes and initiatives across Europe
The aim of the Council Recommendation on a Quality Framework for Traineeships is to enable trainees to acquire high-quality work experience under safe and fair conditions, and to increase their chances of finding a good quality job. It in particular calls on Member States to ensure that national law or practice respects the principles set out in the guidelines, and to adapt their legislation where necessary. The Commission will carefully monitor the implementation of the Quality Framework in all Member States.
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