Laying the Foundations for a European Education Area - First ever European Education Summit
At the Social Summit Gothenburg in November 2017, the Commission set out its vision for the creation of a European Education Area by 2025 to harness the full potential of education as a driver for job creation, economic growth, and social fairness. On 17 January, the Commission followed up to this commitment with the first proposals for new initiatives:
Building on the conclusions of the first ever European Education Summit, held last month in Brussels, the Commission will present further initiatives in spring 2018. These will include proposals on the mutual recognition of diplomas (targeted consultation ongoing), language learning, a quality framework for early childhood education and care, a European Agenda for Culture, and a new EU Youth Strategy.
More information on the new proposed measures
More information on the Summit
Contribute to the targeted consultation on mutual recognition of qualifications and study periods abroad