Common Turing Scheme Projects

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If you’re wondering what the most common Turing Scheme projects are – we’ll answer your questions.

A Truly International Scheme

Typical projects are vocational, such as sending vocational learners abroad to do an internship or work experience and the brilliant thing with The Turing Scheme is that they’ve released a number of exciting new destinations, such as Australia, or the USA – even Canada. This means that everyone involved can look for partners outside Europe, making it a really international programme. It’s great to have such a good knowledge exchange with all of these other countries of the globe!

Contact us to find out more about The Turing Scheme.

You are also more than welcome to read our blogs regarding the Turing Scheme:

What Is Erasmus+ and Turing and How Can You Apply?

Turing Scheme: Widening Access

Why Take Part in a Turing Scheme Programme?

The Turing Scheme, Comparing North America and Canada