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At present, most EU members have varying differences in the educational curriculum and teaching methods within European schools. If we begin to introduce an integrated curriculum between member states, then moving forward in our committed ideas will have a stronger chance, if our younger citizens ‘grow their minds together’ in the classroom. An integrated approach… » read more

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I think EU should create a new program of scholarships: Erasmus Iberoamerica-European Union. It consists students from Iberoamerica can realize interchanges or one period of studies in european universities and the same way can be applied to the european union citizens. In order to apply this idea it would be important to realize cultural and… » read more

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In many European countries Life Long Learning programs and institutions are active (ex: Open University) it would be could that we make in Europe an exemplary continent by enhancing already existing exchange and integrating these projects and institution more profoundly with existing European Universities. In a time where it is most likely one changes jobs… » read more

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Today’s education systems focus largely on knowledge that can be reproduced and tested in exams. This does not help much for developing skills. The EU should lead a worldwide learning revolution by phasing out knowledge-based education in favour of a skills-based learning system. Many examples within and outside of education systems exist and they need… » read more

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Among the four rights of EU citizens are the rights to work and study anywhere in the EU. There is the ‘Bologna process’, designed to help streamline the educational systems of the member states, but one essential aspect is missing – a universal grading method. Each country still has a different method of classifying the… » read more

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