6. Publications d'Eurydice - réseau européen d'information sur les systèmes éducatifs
New Eurydice Publications on Structure of the Education Systems and Compulsory Education in Europe 2018/19
How do countries across Europe organise their education systems? What are the different models of organisation in primary and secondary education in Europe and how long does each educational level last? How diverse are the programmes offered at tertiary level?
New Eurydice Report: Recommended Annual Instruction Time in Full-time Compulsory Education in Europe - 2017/18
Did you know that the amount of instruction time allocated to a discipline can help to raise students' interest in a subject and that, as a consequence, their performance may also improve?
Not only the quality of instruction but also the time available for learning can have a positive effect on students' learning process, in particular, in the case of disadvantaged students.
The Bologna Process Implementation Report 2018: an update of the European Higher Education Area
Eurydice is happy to announce the publication of The European Higher Education Area in 2018: Bologna Process Implementation Report which presents a picture of how the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) has been moving forward since the Yerevan Conference in 2015.
EACEA A7 has launched its new Eurydice website, with a new design and new features.
Eurydice is Europe’s network of 42 national units based in all 38 countries of the Erasmus+ programme. It explains how education systems are organised in Europe and how they work, by publishing detailed descriptions of national education systems, comparative studies devoted to specific topics, indicators and statistics, as well as news and articles related to the field of education.
All pages of the previous platform will be automatically redirected to the Homepage of the new website.
Eurydice has just released its latest publication: Teaching Careers in Europe: Access, Progression and Support
What are the main challenges in the teaching profession related to supply and demand? How do education systems address these issues? What are the career opportunities in this profession? How does one qualify to be a teacher? What support is available once qualified? What are the career opportunities in this profession?
Eurydice has just released two new publications.
The Structure of the European Education Systems 2017/18: Schematic Diagrams provides information on the structure of mainstream education in European countries from pre-primary to tertiary level for the 2017/18 school and academic years.
Eurydice has just released its latest publication: Citizenship Education at School in Europe - 2017
New Eurydice publication: National Student Fee and Support Systems in European Higher Education 2017/18
Eurydice has just released its latest publication: National Student Fee and Support Systems in European Higher Education - 2017/18
Is there anywhere in Europe where students can study without paying fees? Which countries charge the highest fees? What kind of financial support is offered to students, and who actually receives it? Read this new report on student fee and support systems in Europe to find the answers to these questions and more!
Eurydice has just released its latest publication: Eurydice Brief: Modernisation of Higher Education in Europe: Academic Staff - 2017
Eurydice has just released the Autumn 2017 edition of its newsletter in which you will find updates on the most recent publications, forthcoming publications and conferences, and news from the European education world.
Back to school: Eurydice publishes the school and academic calendars for 2017/18
Summer is over and it's time to go back to school. Last week, the primary school year started in most countries participating in the Eurydice Network. However, in a few countries pupils and teachers had already been back into the swing of things for several weeks.
Eurydice publishes its annual report on Recommended Annual Instruction Time in Full-time Compulsory Education in Europe for 2016/17
This report examines the recommended minimum instruction time in full-time compulsory general education in 2016/17 in 42 European education systems. It includes national diagrams illustrating the data by country and by subject.
The spring edition of the Eurydice newsletter is now available.
This edition provides updates on the most recent and forthcoming Eurydice publications, as well as news from the European education world. Education systems vary significantly across Europe and Eurydice aims to understand and explain clearly how those systems work.
Structural Indicators for Monitoring Education and Training Systems in Europe 2016 Thematic Overviews
Support Mechanisms for Evidence-based Policy-Making in Education describes the mechanisms and practices that support evidence-based policy-making in the education sector in Europe. It comparatively looks at institutions and practices in evidence-based policy-making, as well as the accessibility, and mediation, of evidence.
Which countries in Europe provide clear information and guidance to prospective mobile students? Do they support the participation of disadvantaged learners in mobility programmes? Have students been well prepared for mobility by learning languages at school? Can they take national grants and loans to study abroad? And will credits and qualifications that they gain abroad be recognised?
This Eurydice report contains more than 30 detailed structural indicators, up-to-date figures, definitions, country notes and a short analysis of recent key policy developments and reforms in five areas: early childhood education and care, achievement in basic skills, early leaving from education and training, higher education and graduate employability.