Following on from a series of initiatives to tackle the current refugee crisis announced by the European Commission, the Erasmus+ programme will have a clearer focus on supporting refugees and other marginalised groups in 2016.
The European Commission has recently launched two new webpages for Erasmus+ on this topic:
On 10.07.2015 (Friday) at 13.30 pm in the Center for Adult Education held a work meeting for introducing the programmes Europass and Euroguidance. The purpose of holding this meeting is part of the annual programmes Europass and Euroguidance on the National Agency for European Educational Programmes and Mobility, and an introduction to the elements and the benefits of these two programs. The meeting was attended by 5 employees of the Centre for Adult Education.
National Agency for European Educational Programmes and Mobility informs all higher education institutions holders of an Erasmus University Charter that will be published the second round for key action 107 - mobility of students and staff between the program and partner countries in the following regions:
National Agency for European Educational Programmes and Mobility announced the results of the evaluation of applications received for KA1 action final date for submission 4 March 2015. Grantees for KA101, KA102 and KA103 are shown on the following link http://na.org.mk/index.php/mk/rezultati.html. In the Action KA104 – for this specific round – no application shall be granted.
National Agency for European Educational Programmes and Mobility announced the results of the evaluation of applications KA 105 and KA 205 received on the deadline for submission of February 4th 2015. They are available in the submenu Documents >> Results or directly at the link http://na.org.mk/index.php/mk/rezultati.html
31 European education systems carry out internal and external school evaluation
31 European education systems carry out both external and internal school evaluations according to a new Eurydice report on quality assurance in education. The main driver for both types of evaluation is to monitor and improve the quality of teaching and learning in individual schools, and therefore contribute to a better quality of education and training at large.
The National Agency for Eruopean Educational Programmes and Mobility has published the grant levels for student and staff mobility from Republic of Macedonia in the programme countries of Erasmus+. The dcoument is available at the following link.
Trainings for ongoing volunteer’s under the Action 2 EVS
(On-arrival & Mid term evaluation )
Call to all Macedonian host organizations (HO) which are in the implementation process of EVS projects under the Action 2 and they are host organization to foreigners volunteer’s in Macedonia . Please send us volunteer’s data’s with simply fulfilling of the table available on the following link.
We expect your information’s and data’s for volunteer’s not later than 18 July 2014 on e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that after the information’s processing you shall receive e-mail information from the NA with all details regarding the EVS trainings organized by the National Agency.
The 2014 Erasmus+ Call for Key Actions 1, 2, and 3 has been launched successfully. The European Commission and the National Agencies received a high number of applications and we are pleased to see a high demand all over Europe.
However, due to a number of technical difficulties some National Agencies may not be in a position to sign grant agreements before the starting dates for the respective Key Actions.