Time and location:
26.3.2021 – 20.5.2021 at 08:00 o'clock
Do you have an idea of how to change the world? Would you like to brighten up and make development in your own neighbourhood, organize an accessible city tour or offer multicultural bicycle workshops? Have you had new ideas about a solidarity project during the times of social distancing, but you are yet without the money and the resources to put everything into practice?
Information meeting Funding Youth Civic activity Erasmus+ Erasmus+ for youth work EU youth programmes European Solidarity Corps
The purpose of the Team Finland Knowledge programme is to create and strengthen cooperation between Finnish higher education institutions and the target regions and countries selected to the TFK network, and to design new operating models for cooperation. The programme funds educational cooperation between higher education institutions through cooperation and mobility projects.
Programmes Higher education Internationalisation
Contact information for Finnish Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps National Agency
Programmes Erasmus+ European Solidarity Corps Internationalisation
It is the beginning of the 1990s and Tytti Yli-Viikari, a secondary school pupil, has heard about the international IB diploma programme, which has just been introduced in Finland. The plans for a...
Erasmus+ for higher education team helps you in all questions related to higher education sector's Erasmus+ management. You can contact us at erasmus.korkeakoulutus [at] oph.fi!
Programmes Higher education Erasmus+ for higher education Internationalisation
The UNESCO Associated Schools Network (ASPnet) unites students, teachers and educational institutions across the world around a common goal: “to build peaceful and sustainable societies in the minds of children and young people”. The aim of the worldwide UNESCO Associated Schools Network is to promote intercultural dialogue, peace, sustainable development, and quality education in a world of increased complexity and interdependence. ASPnet members support UNESCO’s mission and translate its global goals into teaching, learning and action.
Teachers and educators Early childhood education and care Pre-primary education Basic education Upper secondary education Vocational education and training Higher education Internationalisation Curriculum
Time and location:
30.3.2021 – 19.4.2021 at 23:59 o'clock
Welcome to a webinar on Erasmus+ Cooperation Partnerships in the field of higher education. The event is intended for those applying in the 2021 Call (deadline 20 May 2021). The language of the...
Information meeting Webinar Internationalisation Higher education Erasmus+ for higher education