Insight is a bi-annual Newsletter published by the Euroguidance Network, highlighting good practice in guidance in member countries.
Euroguidance Highlights is an annual publication from the Euroguidance Network detailing the activities of the Euroguidance centres and the Network.
When students plan for higher education, one important element to consider is how much it will cost and whether they can receive any financial support. In a Europe where it is easier than ever to study in another country, reliable information on the costs and available student support in higher education is essential.
Irish Educated ,Globally Connected : An International Education Strategy for Ireland 2016-2020.
Produced by Euroguidance and Eurodesk, with input from Clondalkin Youth Service and Youth Work Ireland, Roscommon.
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This information leaflet answers frequently asked questions of Students of European Schools (EURSC).
Studying in Europe can be a very exciting time for a student, with much to be gained from participating in a course in another country. AHEAD, The Association for Higher Education Access and Disability, developed the following tips as a guide for students with disabilities seeking a placement abroad.