The framework of the Key Competences for Lifelong Learning was revised in May 2019 and the launch is planned for August 20th 2019. What does this actually mean? All new projects that are entered into the database after August 20th will be offered the revised key competences framework for describing the learning outcomes. All […]
Parliamentary Secretary for EU Funds and Social Dialogue Aaron Farrugia presented over €9 million in EU funds to 75 beneficiaries at the European Union programmes Agency Annual Grant Award Ceremony for the 2019 Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps Programme beneficiaries, held on Thursday 1st August 2019 at the Fortress Builders, Valletta. Under the Erasmus+ […]
EUPA is pleased to announce that for 2019 the European Language Label has been awarded to 2 schools; Verdala International School and Maria Regina College, St. Paul’s Bay Primary. The label is awarded to the most innovative language learning project in each country participating in the scheme. By supporting these […]
For the third consecutive year, the European Union Programmes Agency (EUPA) will be organising numerous sessions for Skolasajf sudents, run by the Foundation for Educational Services (FES), within the Ministry for Education and Employment. The interactive sessions will be conducted using non-formal methods to students aged 11-14 years, with the aim of boosting up their […]
WHAT ARE #ERASMUSDAYS ? This October join millions around the world For #Erasmusdays 2019. 10, 11 & 12 October 2019 : Three days of celebration of the Erasmus+ Programme in Europe and beyond during the #ErasmusDays. A unique opportunity to organize an event, share your Erasmus experience or spread the word about your project. […]
EUPA together with the European Commission had a positive experience visiting several Erasmus+ beneficiaries as part of the Quality and Impact Monitoring Visit. On Wednesday 8th May 2019, EUPA together with Ms. Malgorzata Kozac, DG EAC, Youth, Education and Erasmus+, European Commission visited the following organisations with regard to their Erasmus+ projects: MITA – Game […]
EUPA hosted this year’s EuroApprentices meeting at the AX Seashells Resort at Suncrest in Malta between Wednesday 8th May and Friday 10th May. The EuroApprentices Network meeting brought together young VET students, who have done an apprenticeship or work based learning and who have been on an Erasmus+ experience. The Main Objectives of the EuroApprentices […]
One of our colleagues took part in the Athletics Meeting held on the 17 of April 2019 promoting EUPA and Erasmus+. Well done Ryan!!
Commissioner Thyssen invites all of us to take part in our different ways again this year, to continue to advocate that VET is as good as any other learning route. Enjoy your viewing!
Whatever the outcome of the ongoing negotiations between the EU and the UK, Brexit is expected to lead to many changes for Erasmus+. The outcome of the negotiations is not yet known, but here you will find the latest information on how Britain’s exit from the EU can affect organisations and individuals.