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The European Commission plans to adopt a communication on a European degree in the first quarter of 2024. A future joint European degree could provide a framework to facilitate the development of joint programmes and the delivery of joint degrees offered by multiple higher education institutions across Europe. As a first step, a joint European degree label based on co-created European criteria is being piloted through Erasmus+ projects. Any further steps towards the development of a possible joint ...

On 15 November 2023, the Commission adopted a proposal for a Council recommendation on a renewed learning mobility framework. The proposed recommendation, which is a key component of the European education area (EEA), aims to increase opportunities for learning mobility for everyone and invites the Member States to make learning mobility an integral part of all education and learning pathways. It also strives to make Europe as a learning destination even more attractive worldwide. To enhance mobility ...

Citizenship education has become an education policy priority at EU level. The goal is to enable young people to develop self-awareness as members of a social group, and then possibly play a role and become active citizens at local, national or EU level. Similarly, the EU Member States have been placing a stronger focus on the teaching of values such as democracy and tolerance in their national educational policies, although this is not yet translating into practice in a systematic way. School curricula ...

This At a glance note summarises the study providing an overview of the implementation to date of the 2021-2027 Erasmus+ programme. It analyses the early programme implementation and provides a description of barriers identified. The main finding is that the programme implementation is progressing well overall, although improvements can be made to the ‘Youth’ part of the funding programme. Administrative shortcomings could also be addressed. The study concludes with a set of recommendations.

This study analyses the European Solidarity Corps programme 2021-2027. It covers the early implementation of the programme and provides a description of barriers identified. The main finding is that the implementation of ESC programme has been deemed fairly successful overall, although a number of challenges need to be addressed. The study concludes with a set of recommendations.

This study provides an overview of the implementation to date of the 2021-2027 Erasmus+ programme. It analyses the early programme implementation and provides a description of barriers identified. The main finding is that the programme implementation is progressing well overall, although improvements can be made to the ‘Youth’ part of the funding programme. Administrative shortcomings could also be addressed. The study concludes with a set of recommendations.

This At a glance note summarises the study evaluating the selection procedures and assesses the experiences of the first years of the European Universities Initiative started in 2019. Since then, 44 European Universities alliances were created, with 340 participating higher education institutions. The study also drafts three scenarios to map future developments. Recommendations to the EP aim to strengthen the sustainability of the EUAs, create better regulatory conditions and improve the learning ...

The European education area (EEA) is about promoting cooperation among European Union (EU) Member States to build more resilient and inclusive national education and training systems. The aim is also to improve access to quality education and lifelong learning for all across the EU. EU leaders first endorsed the vision for a European education area at the Gothenburg Social Summit in 2017. Following the first initiatives, the overall approach to forming the EEA by 2025 was outlined in a 2020 European ...

This briefing paper is aimed at analysing the measures addressing Pillar 6 – next generation, children and the youth in National Recovery and Resilience Plans, with a focus on two policy domains: early childhood education and care, and youth employment support. Moving from a general overview across the 27 European Union Member States, the analysis is focused on eight Member States (Belgium, Croatia, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Poland and Spain).

This briefing offers a pre-legislative synthesis of the positions of national, regional and local governmental organisations on the European Commission's forthcoming initiative, 'digital in education and skills'. It forms part of an EPRS series offering a summary of the pre-legislative state of play and advance consultation on a range of key European Commission priorities during its 5 year term in office. It seeks to present the current state of affairs, examine how existing policy is working on ...