2004 yılından bu yana Erasmus tecrübesi Türk öğrencilere açıktır. Bugün Türkiye, yaklaşık yarım milyon değişim ile AB Üye Devletleri arasında yedinci sırada yer alıyor. Bağları güçlendirmek çok önemlidir.
Since 2004, the Erasmus experience has also been open to Turkish students. Today Turkey ranks number seven among EU Member States with nearly half a million exchanges. Strengthening ties is crucial.
Future of Europe: Towards a European Education Area by 2025
With the debate on the future of Europe in full swing, the European Commission is today setting out its vision for how we can create a European Education Area by 2025.
The ideas formulated are intended as a contribution to the EU Leaders’ meeting on 17 November 2017 in Gothenburg, where they will discuss the future of education and culture. The Commission believes that it is in the shared interest of all Member States to harness the full potential of education and culture as drivers for job creation, economic growth and social fairness as well as a means to experience European identity in all its diversity.
Vice-President for Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness, Jyrki Katainen said: “A collective effort would enable Europe as a whole to shape its future, deal better with the challenges it is facing and to become more resilient. One of Europe’s greatest achievements was to build bridges across our continent with the creation of an area of free movement for workers and citizens. But there are still obstacles to mobility in the area of education. By 2025 we should live in a Europe in which learning, studying and doing research is not hampered by borders but where spending time in another Member State to study, learn or work is the norm.”
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