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Advisers
You may be a parent or guardian with a child who wants to study abroad, or perhaps you work with young people going on to higher education. You want to help them broaden their horizons by getting some international experience but need a bit more information first. Then take a look at the relevant links which will give you a taster of the programme and help you understand some of the key benefits and practicalities.
Advisers
Parents
Careers Officers
Schools
Employers
Parents
It’s a busy time when your children are about to fly the nest for university, let alone to go and live abroad. We think the best way to experience life abroad for the first time is through the Erasmus program. Find out more, so you can offer support and encouragement.
Careers Officers
Employers want more than a degree, they want life skills such as communication, team working and problem-solving capabilities. Erasmus can help develop these skills. So if you are working with young people going onto higher education, find out how Erasmus can broaden their horizons.
Schools
If you are working with young people in schools going onto higher education and want to help them get ahead, then read more about the Erasmus programme to see who can take part, where they can go and why they should go.
Employers
Erasmus students with their experience of living abroad, show greater cultural awareness and usually have a good knowledge of another language. They show initiative and determination and give considerable added value once in the workplace. Interested?
Colleges of Further Education (FE/HE)
Colleges offering level four and above can take part in the Erasmus programme. Find out more here

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