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Mobility and Employment

 

Mobilität und Beschäftigung“Being mobile” means being one step ahead! Nowadays, experience abroad is extremely important in the search for your dream job. A range of European information networks are available to help you find education opportunities abroad.

European information networks

Ploteus

Ploteus is the European portal for learning opportunities with information on education and training possibilities throughout Europe:

http://www.europa.eu.int/ploteus

Eurydice

Eurydice is the EU information network for education in Europe:

http://www.eurydice.org

ERASMUS

Here you can find the international relations offices of universities offering study periods abroad:

http://europa.eu.int/comm/education/programmes/socrates/erasmus/erasmus_en.html

AEDE

AEDE is the European Association of Teachers:

http://www.aede.org

ATEE

ATEE is the Association for Teacher Education in Europe:

http://www.atee.org

ON THE MOVE

This programme offers an interactive guide to learning and working in Europe:

http://www.onthemove-eu.hi.is

SALTO

Salto provides training offers for people involved in youth work.

http://www.salto-youth.net

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Job hunting in the EU

A host of internet search services are also available for job hunting in the EU, for example:

Eurojobsearch

Eurojobsearch is a Europe-wide job centre for the fields of information technology (IT), telecommunications and multimedia.

http://www.eurojobsearch.org

The EURES Network

The EURES network is run by the European Commission and provides information on professional mobility.

http://europa.eu.int/eures/

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EU-sponsored mobility programmes

“I’d like to go abroad for a while! Does the EU actually provide any funding to do this?"

Various programmes promote the mobility of young people:

SOCRATES

Information for school and university students is provided by the national agencies of the EU SOCRATES programme.

http://europa.eu.int/comm/education/programmes/socrates/nat-est_en.html

COMENIUS 3

For school cooperation projects and exchange projects for pupils there is the Comenius 3 Network.

http://www.treasurewithin.com

ERASMUS

Contact the universities' international relations offices directly for information on the ERASMUS exchange scheme, which is part of the SOCRATES programme.

LEONARDO DA VINCI

The national agencies for the EU LEONARDO programme provide information on initial and continuing vocational training via the LEONARDO DA VINCI website on the Europa server:

http://europa.eu.int/comm/education/programmes/leonardo/leonardo_en.html

YOUTH PROGRAMME

You can find information on youth group exchanges and the European Volunteer Service through the national agencies for the EU YOUTH programme.

http://europa.eu.int/comm/youth/program/natage_en.html

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Date: 11.04.2006