Listed below are the educational opportunities that exist within the European Union, check out these sites and consider applying to these programs if you are either an EU resident or citizen.

  • The Leonardo Program is part of the European Union’s Lifelong Learning Programme.   
    It  supports vocational education and training (VET) organisations, staff and learners to work together with European partners to improve training, skills and employability.
    The Leonardo da Vinci Programme encourages collaboration between organisations involved in vocational training, aiming to improve the quality of training provision, develop the skills and mobility of the workforce, stimulate innovation and enhance the competitiveness of European industry.
  • The EU programme ‘Youth in Action’ helps young people to  develop their skills and to improve their chances on the labour market. The Programme promotes, among others, cultural diversity, social inclusion, European citizenship and participation of young people in democratic processes at local, national and EU levels.  The platform serves free of charge all individuals, groups and organizations, active at international level. By becoming a site member you and your colleagues will be able to benefit from a multitude of free services aimed at bringing quality and European added value in your initiatives as well as a variety of cooperation opportunities.
  • Grundtvig provides adults with more ways to improve their knowledge and skills, facilitate their personal development and boost their employment prospects. The objectives of this action are to give present and future teachers and staff the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the European dimension in teaching adults with literacy problems, to enhance their knowledge of other European countries’ education systems and their provision of adult literacy and to improve the specific skills they require to teach literacy skills to adults.  The Workshops bring together professionals working within the field of adult literacy, from several countries, in order to improve their practical teaching, coaching, counseling, management skills, etc.
  • EU’s  Comenius actions aim to help young people and educational staff better understand the range of European cultures, languages and values. They also help young people acquire the basic life skills and competences necessary for personal development, future employment and active citizenship.