Sara Beltrami

Erasmus+: What Is the Promotion and Dissemination Strategy?

Erasmus+ is a European programme that allows students, pupils and learners to travel and work abroad.  The time spent abroad on an Erasmus+ mobility can be anything from 2 to 30 days or 2 weeks to a year depending on the type of project you are on.  

How is the Turing Scheme Different From the Erasmus+ Programme?

The Turing Scheme replaced Erasmus+ following the UK’s exit from the European Union. According to a...

What if I Fail My Erasmus+ Mobility?

Usually, taking part in an exchange programme will earn you those all-important college credits and...

How does the UK's Erasmus Replacement Work and Is it Successful?

The Turing Scheme provides funding to UK organisations to unlock life-changing experiences across...

A New European Care Strategy Involving The Erasmus+ Programme

The Erasmus+ programme has many objectives but the most important is to support the educational,...

College Students to Benefit From the New Turing Scheme

The Turing scheme will be backed by over £100 million, providing funding for around 35,000 students...

Erasmus+ Mobility for Traineeships: What Is It and How to Apply

Erasmus+ works by providing free movement and education exchanges between registered universities...

The Turing Scheme: How To Establish Partnerships For Schools

The United Kingdom left the European Union following Brexit and therefore no longer takes part in...

The Turing Scheme Facilitated Over 20.000 Disadvantaged Students

The Turing scheme is a student exchange programme established by the United Kingdom Department for...

40,000 Students to Study Across the Globe as Part of The New Turing Scheme

The Turing Scheme is a truly global programme with no restrictions on which countries or...