Sara Beltrami

5 Tips For Finding International Partners

Finding international partners and developing effective working relationships with them is essential for any education or training provider wishing to run successful Turing Scheme and Erasmus+ study and work placements. To help you take the first steps towards finding and establishing those connections around the globe, we have come up with five top tips.

The Result for Governments Working with TravelEdventures

The result for governments working with TravelEdventures is that they can calculate with...

What Happens After Applying For Turing Scheme Funding?

Schools, colleges and higher education providers apply for Turing Scheme funding for projects on...

Turing Scheme 2022-2023: Placements in International Destinations!

A year and a half after the “Brexit” Referendum, the United Kingdom left the European Union. This...

Digital Passenger Locator Form For Your Erasmus+ Departure

Passenger Locator Forms (DPLFs) are used by public health authorities across the world at the...

What is Erasmus+ Green Travelling?

As part of the Erasmus team, we’d like to talk to you about Green Travelling. After all, Erasmus is...

Your Erasmus+ Shopping List: How To Cook Fast, Healthy and Tasty Food

You have to enjoy the experience and we all know that is hard to stay away from junk food, but try...

The Erasmus+ Programme Has Grown Richer!

With a refreshed Erasmus+ budget of €26.2 billion, compared to €14.7 billion for the period...

What is a Risk Assessment for Erasmus+ and Turing Scheme Trips?

A risk assessment is the process of identifying what hazards currently exist or may occur during...

Equal Access and Opportunities to Participants From All Backgrounds

Erasmus+ offers additional support for students and staff with disabilities (potential participants...