More opportunities for learning in another EU country? - Have your say on the future of learning mobility!

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The European Commission is preparing a Commission’s proposal for Council Recommendation on learning mobility during 2023. The aim of the upcoming proposal is to normalise learning periods in another EU country for everyone.
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In preparing the proposal, among other things, the results of this open public consultation will be used. The aim of the consultation is to collect information, expertise, and views from all interested parties in order to reach an evidence-based contribution ahead of the proposal. 

Everyone now has the opportunity to share their opinion and make a difference! The survey is open until 3 May 2023. You can answer the survey on the European Commission website.

In addition to the public consultation, the Commission will carry out targeted consultations in 2023 and a Citizens’ Panel to support the initiative. The results of all consultation activities will be utilised to prepare a synopsis report that will accompany the Commission’s proposal.

The aim of the recommendation is to move towards one of the objectives of the European Education Area, to establish learning periods abroad for everyone as a norm rather than an exception. It also aims to increase opportunities for learning and teaching abroad in the EU and beyond for everyone, not only for higher education students, vocational education, and training learners but in all sectors and at all levels of formal, non-formal and informal learning, including teachers, apprentices, school pupils, youth and youth workers, adult learners, and sport staff.

The recommendation will also relate to the European Year of Skills in 2023.