In 2005, the number of European Universities taking part in the ERASMUS University Cooperation scheme rose to an impressive 87% of all European universities, across 31 countries.
In a resolution adopted by the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) executive committee on 14-15th March 2006, the ETUC urges the heads of governments, meeting in the Spring European Council at the end of this week, to address the real concerns of European people.
Cedefop and ETF - the two EU "sister" agencies working on vocational training within and outside the European Union - met on 11 May for a one-day conference.
The Commission approved the use of 100 million Euro to support over 50 new European Projects and Networks that are designed to improve quality and strengthen cooperation in the field of school education.
On 14th November 2005, the European Commission and the UK Presidency launched the European Enterprise Awards".