Overview of opportunities available to schools, educational institutions a from different sectors and private enterprises in the ERASMUS+ programme (EU 2014-2020), e.g. staff mobility, co-operation of institutions.
document from: Ständige Konferenz der Kultusminister der Länder in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (KMK)
The PASCH initiative´s aim is to establish a network of at least 1,000 partner schools spanning the globe and encourage young people to take an interest in and have an enthusiasm for modern Germany and its society.Apart from fostering German language learning abroad, the initiative also holds scholarship programmes for exchange students. It is based on a co-operation of German schools abroad, the Goethe [...]
Come to Germany is an information service for young people seeking a placement, study opportunity or exchange programme, short term, in Germany, it provides information and addresses. Young people can also access databases for placements.
This country information on Germany can be accessed in a variety of languages from the website of the database on international yout exchange. The English language version (36 pages) contains chapters on the structure and geography of Germany, politics and culture, education system, and in particular the organisation of youth work and youth exchange in Germany.
The Pädagogischer Austauschdienst is the sole public organisation in Germany working on behalf of the Federal States to promote international exchange and cooperation in the school sector. The PAD is a department of the Secretariat of the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany (Kultusministerkonferenz).
iMOVE is an initiative of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), with offices at the Federal Institute for Vocational Training (BIBB) in Bonn. The objective is to promote international collaboration and the initiation of cooperation and business relationships in vocational training and continuing education.
In its capacity as the largest German support organisation in the field of international academic co-operation, the DAAD, with considerable public funds at its disposal, simultaneously fulfils responsibilities in foreign cultural and academic policy, development co-operation policy and national higher education policy. Indeed German higher education policy focuses on the internationalisation of research, [...]