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Resources and training for anyone helping & advising people to work or study abroad. Euroguidance is a network of careers guidance professionals. It is supported by the European Commission and has members throughout Europe. The network’s aim is to maximise the mobility and career opportunities for everyone throughout the European Union. Click here for the Euroguidance Network
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    https://www.jamyway.org/personality-profile/

 

  https://europa.eu/european-union/life/education-training_en https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/ier/ngrf/effectiveguidance/improvingpractice/theory/

 

Parent’s Guide to studying abroad.

https://www.gooverseas.com/blog/parents-guide-to-study-abroad

 

The European Professional Card: a ticket to free movement for professionals aimed at pruning unnecessary delays and administration in the recognition of qualifications.

https://www.europarltv.europa.eu/en/programme/others/get-the-picture-professionals-without-borders

 
     
Studying in the EU. Close enough to easily get home but far enough away to experience different cultures.

Information about the cost of tuition, cost of living courses taught in English etc. Click for more information – getting your degree abroad or studying abroad as part of your UK degree.

For EU apprenticeship schemes see Working in the EU.

Studying in the rest of the world. Information about visas, costs and the value of studying abroad.
Working in the EU.  Recent research from Moneycorp found 27 per cent of those between 16 and 24 are eager to move abroad, while data from MoveHub shows interest in relocating for those between 18 and 34 has increased 60 per cent. Older generations also have itchy feet, with companies that offer advice to those seeking to retire abroad reporting a 25 per cent increase in business.

Information includes EU apprenticeship schemes.

Working in non EU countries.  Every sovereign state has the right to decide who can enter the country for work, study or social activities.  Therefore, you must investigate the country you plan to go to thoroughly. Click here for more information

 

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Self directed training – articles, links to training materials and videos. For you to use with your clients and further research.

Fact Sheets, quizzes, lesson plans

Will Brexit change the opportunities to work or study abroad? Keep up to date with the latest information as it affects the guidance we give.
Training & Knowledge Webinars Join the Careers Community and share your experiences of guiding people who wish work or study abroad. Share your personal experience of work or study abroad on the Careers Community Testimony page. We are looking for personal statements, audio or videos which will help someone as they consider work or study abroad.

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