Czechia has changed its presentation strategy abroad. Therefore, Study in the Czech Republic is becoming Study in Czechia.

On 19 January, the European Commission published a new report on how to use blended learning for a greater inclusion.

EU has banned new contracts with some Hungarian public trust foundations. Many Hungarian universities will lose funding.

Applications can be submitted until 22 March. Only European NGOs can be coordinators, partners can be any relevant organisations.

On Wednesday 14 December, the final birthday celebration of the iconic European cooperation programme took place in Brussels.

A series of national seminars we have been organising for NGOs since the war in Ukraine preceded this meeting.

1,000 students from Southeast Asia chatted with the representatives of Czech universities during our virtual fair.

The infodays focusing on Erasmus+ centralised activities took place on 10 and 11 November 2022 in Budapest.

Applications can be submitted until 13/12 (FPA) and 20/12 (SGA) 2022. The call is addressed to European NGOs.

Nearly 6300 events took place across Europe (and even overseas).