Study in Europe

Universities - photos
miniatura L'université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense
miniatura Mathematisches Institut in der Bunsenstraße
miniatura The library of the University of Nantes
Advanced numerical simulations for reactor safety
EU-funded researchers are working on delivering to all European stakeholders a most advanced and reliable platform for numerical simulations to verify the safety of existing as well as future nuclear reactors.
3. Talk of the town
There is a certain aura of genius attached to speaking languages. But multilingual­ism is not only the preserve of academic sand bookish linguists; plenty of European celebrities are also multilingual. Take foot­ball, a sport not traditionally associated with linguistic prowess, but which is replete with players who are fluent and articulate in several languages.
1. Erasmus+ - Introduction
Erasmus+ is a unique programme which seeks to boost the job prospects and personal development of young people, as well as help our education, training and youth systems deliver teaching and learning that gives people the skills they need in today's labour market and society, as well as in the future.
Working in another EU country
Labour mobility is important as it helps to balance the job market. For example, areas of high growth may struggle with unfilled vacancies, while in other regions there may be persistently high unemployment Europeans keen and willing to move abroad to live and work - or even to commute across borders for their job - can help to redress this imbalance, while reaping all the benefits that being part of another culture can bring.
Achieving chameleon-like adaptability in the machine-tool sector
Machine tools make products by shaping, cutting, grinding and shearing metal and other materials into usable objects. Their efficient deployment is key to achieving operational efficiencies, especially where mass production is concerned.
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