This website hosts the opportunities to engage with universities across the globe, whether it's study abroad, summer school, volunteering or conferences, to name just a few. The links provided have been brought to our attention through partner universities or by other means. By hosting these opportunities, we accept no responsibility for the authenticity of opportunities listed on external websites. If you are unsure of any offer advertised, please seek further information before applying.
Erasmus+ Mobility in the Canary Islands
There is a work placement opportunity offered in the English academy in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria with a variety of roles available.
This is an opportunity to be involved in an expanding academy offering after-school and Saturday morning classes for young learners, adults and business clients.
Opportunities include: teaching English (variety of ages from infants to adults), sales and marketing (help boost the academy in the local community) and customer contact (a chance to hone translation skills).
For more information please contact: email@example.com
Graduate Winter School Opportunity in Amsterdam: 11-18 January 2020
In January 2020 Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is organising a VU Graduate Winter School.
The courses are aimed at Masters and PhD students.
Students can expect international classrooms and small-scale courses to allow for room for discussion and personal guidance.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three scholarships have become available for the summer semester in 2020 at Kiel University in Germany.
Students from their third semester of studies (Bachelor's and Masters level) are eligible. Study projects with a reference to the city of Kiel (history, marine science) or covering one of the foci of Kiel University research will be particularly supported. These include: Marine & Geosciences; Applied Life Sciences; Nano and Surface Sciences and Societal, Environmental, Cultural Change.
For more information please follow this link: Kiel Homepage
Founded in 2016, the Guild is comprised of nineteen of Europe’s most distinguished research-intensive universities in fourteen countries, and is dedicated to enhancing the voice of academic institutions, their researchers and their students. The Guild is committed to the pursuit of excellence, the importance of truth-seeking and trust-building as the foundation of public life, and the creation of new knowledge for the benefit of society, culture, and economic growth.
The University of Warwick is a member of The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities.
The Guild team includes up to two Erasmus+ trainees (Junior Policy Officers) selected from applications from member universities.
With the current JPOs traineeship coming to an end this summer, the Guild are looking to recruit new trainees: one opening we are hoping to fill between August and October , and then more places from January -March 2019.