The European Semester represents an EU decision-making structure with a significant influence on education policies. However, despite its relevance, its potential has remained widely untapped so far in the circles of education stakeholders.
The objective of this one-year project is to change this current state of play and unlock the potential of the European Semester for education employers. In this regard, the two peer learning and training seminars of the project play a central role, elaborating on the following three main questions:
- What is the European Semester about?
- Why is it crucial for education employers to get involved in it?
- How can education employers get involved in the Semester?
Under the guidance of Prof. Howard Stevenson, an reknown research expert on the European Semester from the University of Nottingham, participants will step-by-step find answers to these questions and above all, be provided with a solid toolkit to influence the European Semester in their interests most effectively.
The first peer learning and training seminar will take place online on 20 May, from 10.30 – 15.45 CET. The seminar will be held in English.
Registrations are open here.