The European Commission has announced that the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education call has to be postponed to 26 March.
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European Commission Androulla VASSILIOU Member of the European Commission for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth EU Youth Conference-Opening Ceremony/Dublin 11 March 2013
Androulla VASSILIOU - Member of the European Commission for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth
The Commission has produced the following booklet oultining sources of information on a variety of European projects and initiatives.
The Minister for Research and Innovation, Sean Sherlock, TD, has told a major national education conference at the University of Limerick that Ireland’s long term economic and social progress will depend on significant improvement in mathematical education.
Germany’s Free State of Bavaria is now set to phase out tuition fees. Its Christian Social-Free Democrat coalition government has worked out a political deal that would compensate higher education for losses.
The chair of the Danish Rectors' Conference has described a recent European Court of Justice ruling on an international student’s right to financial support as representing a threat to Denmark’s student financial aid system in its current form. The European court ruled on 21 February on the principle of equal treatment as it pertains to eligibility for student grants or loans in Denmark of citizens of other member states who have gainfully obtained employment before initiating studies.
The following documents have been published on the Erasmus Mundus website for completion and submission of electronic applications for Action 2 and Action 3 within the Call for Proposals EACEA/38/12:
Minister for Research and Innovation, Sean Sherlock, T.D. has launched the Employment Based Postgraduate Programme for 2013. This programme, managed by the Irish Research Council, offers researchers the opportunity to complete a Master’s Degree or PhD Degree while being employed by a private company or public organisation based in the "Republic" of Ireland. A total of €1.8 million has been invested in the first round of awards, with €0.6 million of this coming from employer partners.
Statement by Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, during the policy debate on 'Education and Skills for Jobs, Stability and Growth', at the Education Council
Statement by Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, at the Education, Youth, Culture and Sport Council
As a follow-up to the 2012 China-EU High Level People-to-people Dialogue (HPPD), the Chinese Government continues to launch the scholarship titled "European Window".
The following document summarises the activities organised mainly by the National Agency to mark the 25th Anniversary of the Erasmus Programme in 2012 -