Regions & Countries

We currently work with 29 partner countries, mostly in the context of the EU's enlargement and neighbourhood policies.

  

29 items found
  • Investing in education and training to enhance job opportunity
  • Boosting employability by engaging business partners
  • Looking Towards a Well-Skilled Future
  • Investing in skills for a modern, knowledge-based economy
  • Creating a knowledge economy through skills development
  • Reforming skills and education policy for a brighter future
  • Reforming Vocational Education and Training for the future of work for young people
  • Reforming skills and education policy for a brighter future
  • Developing Education and Training to improve Youth Employment
  • Supporting access to European policies and programmes
  • Honing Skills for Employment and Social Inclusion
  • Developing Productive Employment and Mass Entrepreneurship
  • Growing the skills base for a brighter future
  • Developing Initiatives in Vocational Education and Training for the Future of Work for Young People
  • Prioritising skills needs for targeted training
  • Enhancing the Capacity of National Stakeholders in Policy Analysis
  • Fostering a lifelong learning perspective through education reform
  • Enhancing skills training to boost growth and competitiveness
  • Moving Forward in Vocational Education and Training Reform
  • A national monitoring system for the technical, vocational education and training sector
  • Meeting regional needs through decentralised policies on vocational education and training
  • Enhancing professional training through international cooperation
  • The EU has decided to suspended all preparations in relations to new bilateral cooperation programmes and to suspend the ongoing bilateral programmes under ENPI and MEDA.
  • Enhancing professional training through international cooperation
  • Regionalisation and entrepreneurial learning for better vocational training
  • Skills matter for inclusive economic growth
  • Modernising vocational training through international cooperation
  • Supporting skills policies to advance local and regional development
  • Supporting ongoing training and skills development through national reform and international cooperation