Studies in Europe - Universities

country
city
subject area 
language 
level of education
university status  
Found: 7
Borgarnes, Iceland
university type: economics
university status: non-public
Sauðárkrókur, Iceland
university type: universities
university status: public
Reykjavík, Iceland
university type: art
university status: non-public
Reykjavík, Iceland
university type: universities
university status: non-public
Borgarnes, Iceland
university type: agricultural
university status: public
Akureyri, Iceland
university type: universities
university status: public
Reykjavík, Iceland
university type: universities
university status: public
Youth Exchanges help young people acquire important skills such as project management and teamwork. Such opportunities outside the school environment enable groups of young people to undertake a structured programme of activities (e.g. a mix of workshops, exercises, debates and role plays) in another country within or outside the EU for up to 21 days.
Adapting to work in a foreign environment is a skill in itself A person who works for a time in Spain, Romania and Sweden, for example, has learnt to adapt to different cultural patterns and knows how to work best and to cooperate with people there. These are very valuable skills.
Someone working in a Latin country such as Italy, for example, would get used to managing flexibility, so when someone says '5 minutes’, they know that this may not be the same as 5 minutes would be to a German.
An EU-funded project paved the way for more sustainable production of fuels and petrochemical products that have hitherto stemmed from crude oils.