One of the most important factors when planning a work experience project abroad is the level of your groups' engagement. But how do you make your students curious and eager to take part? We have outlined a few simple steps towards a more transparent project, where the students are in focus.
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Every month we publish news and updates regarding deadlines, events or changes to our organisation. We believe in transparency, and this way you’re less likely to miss out on information about European mobility, Erasmus+ funds, our Internship and Teacher Development Programmes and how to make the most of your project.
Do you find it difficult to keep track of European updates, news and announcements? Don't worry! Here are three articles of interest to teachers and students taking part in European mobility programmes - or to people interested in the ideas and frameworks governing European educational policies.
Jana Hamouzova is a bright business student from the Czech Republic currently interning at ADC College. She wrote an article about adjusting to life in London and her hopes for the future.
Summer is approaching and so is the publishing date for the Erasmus+ funding results. To assist in the planning of your Teacher Development project we have put together a simple guide that outlines the different stages in our collaboration.
In an increasingly interlinked world, where information flows freely, we can work for a better future by sharing knowledge and experiences. Designed to encourage cultural exchange, our EU funded partner projects have already given thousands of students and teachers the chance to learn new professional practices, improve their language skills and and learn about cutting-edge tuition techniques abroad.