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This search of Eurodesk database resources, will list useful materials or resources according to the chosen theme. Useful materials can be documents, publications, leaflets, videos, training packs, web sites, etc. All resources in the database have been selected as being relevant to the youth field.
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Studying

UNESCO Study abroad
http://portal.unesco.org/education/en/ev.php-URL_ID=21997&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html
UNESCO international guide to higher-education study opportunities and scholarships offered by higher education institutions and international organizations in over 145 countries includes some 3,000 entries on courses and scholarships in different higher-education academic and professional disciplines.

Euraxess Researchers in motion
http://ec.europa.eu/euraxess
EURAXESS is the Researchers in Motion website, a joint initiative of the European Commission and the countries participating in the European Union's Framework Programme for Research. It is a one-stop shop for researchers seeking to advance their careers and personal development by moving to other countries. In addition to the information on training and jobs, this electronic gateway is the entry point to a wealth of practical information on living, working and relaxing in the European countries involved.

EuroEducation Course Search
http://www.euroeducation.net
It is a guide for international students aiming to study in Europe. Over 900 universities, academies, schools and colleges in Europe are presented with useful information designed to help undergraduate and graduate students in choosing a wide variety of academic and professional courses in arts, business, economics, engineering, humanities, MBA, management, science, technology, English and other languages.

Euroguidance - Careers Guidance
http://www.euroguidance.net
The Euroguidance network exists to promote mobility and to develop the European dimension in guidance. There are Euroguidance centres in all the EU/EEA and preaccession countries, and also in Switzerland. If you wish to find out more about Euroguidance please contact the centre in your own country.

Gateway to recognition of academic and professional qualifications
http://www.enic-naric.net/
This site is, a joint initiative of the European Commission, the Council of Europe and UNESCO/CEPES. It aims to help other interested organisations and individuals easily find information on current issues in international academic and professional mobility, and on procedures for the recognition of foreign qualifications. Enic-naric.net> provides national profiles only for those countries that belong to the ENIC and NARIC networks. This includes States that are party to: the European Cultural Convention; the Lisbon Convention or the 1979 UNESCO Convention on the Recognition of Studies in the European Region; as well as States that are member of the UNESCO Europe Region, the Council of Europe, or the European Union, the European Economic Area and associated countries.

International Education Site
http://www.intstudy.com
The International Education Site is a FREE guide to study abroad information, advice and opportunities for students worldwide who are considering studying overseas. Including university advice, college search facilities, student profiles, and articles from the leading journals on international education.

Language-Learning.net
http://www.language-learning.net/
Find the right language course in the largest online database of language schools world-wide. There are more than 6000 schools, 80 countries, 70 languages in the database. There are also links to language education resources: certificates, language book finder, organisations and links for language students and teachers.

Let's explore Europe
http://europa.eu/europago/explore/init.jsp?language=en
This web site for children (roughly 9 to 12 years old) tells the story simply and clearly. It gives a lively overview of Europe and explains briefly what the European Union is and how it works.

Net-Guidance.com - online guidance service to select jobs, training and universities
http://www.net-guidance.com/
Website available in FR and EN. You select a profession from the list, and you will get a list of schools where you can find an the education for it!

PLOTEUS, Portal for Learning Opportunities in Europe
http://ec.europa.eu/ploteus
The Portal for Learning Opportunities Throughout the European Space, PLOTEUS, is designed to provide detailed, up-to-the-minute information on education and training in 30 European countries. The portal's learning opportunities section provides almost 4,000 links to national or regional databases and to the websites of education or training institutions. Other sections will provide information on education systems, including qualifications, grants and tuition fees; exchange programmes at all levels; contacts with national guidance centres; and hints about practical aspects of going abroad such as accommodation, the cost of living, tax and social security issues.

Recognition of diplomas in the EU
http://www.enic-naric.net
The web page contains information on the field of recognition of diplomas in the European Union NARIC Network of National Academic Recognition Information Centres, Naric, Diploma supplement, and the ECTS - European Credit Transfer System. Recognition of periods of study abroad.

Study in Europe
http://ec.europa.eu/education/study-in-europe
This portal provides up-to-date information on thirty-two European countries, their universities and what it takes to live and study in them. You can search for courses and programmes, and you can find per country info on higher education systems, about practical details on applying to study in Europe, and living in Europe.

Study opportunities targeted to students from Central and Eastern Europe
http://www.eastchance.com/index.asp
Eastchance is a website providing centralised access to information about scholarships and career opportunities for students from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).

Your Europe - Information for citizens
http://ec.europa.eu/youreurope/
This portal for citizens provides you with detailed practical information on your rights and opportunities in the EU and its Internal Market plus advice on how to exercise these rights in practice. For example, you can learn more about living, working and studying in another EU country. You can search in the General EU-wide guide; Factsheets: practical information at both EU and national level; Useful addresses per country; Useful links EU-wide and country specific.
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