Everything tagged with education
Our Heritage: where the past meets the future
Employment Rates of Recent Graduates in the EU
Situation of Young People in Europe
Top Univesities by Region
The one-third of the most educated generation in Europe is at the risk of poverty
Key to Overcoming in the Crisis
OneEurope author Lusine Sargsyan provides an overview of the education system in Belarus.
OneEurope journalist Robert Heslop reports on the recent members' event held by TEAM Global at Westminster Cathedral Hall.
According to statistics, foreign students (in particular, Erasmus ones) prefer sunnier venues in Spain and Italy, or countries renowned for their universities such as England or France. And yet Leuven, Belgium’s student city par excellence, remains a melting pot of students from all over the world.
Education & Gender Stereotypes
See the countries that care about the future of the young generation by investing more in education.
Is your alma mater on the map of the top European universities?
Key Speeches for Women Education
More and more students choose to study abroad.
European Year for Development 2015
No person should be denied the right to education
There are many educational systems in Europe, but there is a very special one called Montessori. It was invented by Maria Montessori, one of the first female doctors in Italy. Her Montessori method became famous all over the world, but was (and is) most used in the Netherlands. There are about 160 primary schools and 19 secondary schools spread throughout the country. All of them are very popular with the Dutch population. What is this system exactly about and how does it work?
A glimpse into the career world of tomorrow
The faculty of Political Science at the University of Bucharest is a brilliant example of how education can help build a connection between young European students, where we can share our experiences and ideas with others, and work together to build a common future and a common identity.
Meet the millennials!
Brain drain is increasingly a matter of concern within the European Union, as more and more highly skilled people migrate from the South and East to the North and West of the continent.
Children caught in conflict should not miss out on education - a path to learning and peace!
The European Comission presented new Erasmus statistics
OneEurope is very happy to introduce: Mladiinfo International - Your Link to Free Education
As can be seen on this map, the price of getting a university education varies greatly from country to country throughout Europe.
Half of Europe’s youths live with their parents, making inequality deep-rooted.
Surprisingly peace is not at all that insignificant within the younger generation in Europe as it is said by those who demand a new narrative.
Schools and pupils across Europe and the rest of the world were recently put through a slightly different kind of exam than they might be used to.
As the last part of the article series, now we have a look at the higher-educational opportunites in Spain and in the UK.