OSLO - Despite receiving more financial support than their counterparts elsewhere in Europe, students in Norway are more likely to take on a part-time job during their studies, something that has been put down to the country’s high living costs. A European Students’ Union survey of Germany, Latvia, Norway, Poland and Slovenia found that more than half of respondents in Norway held a job while studying.
LONDON - Co-financed by the European Commission within the framework o read more
BRUSSELS - The European Students' Union (ESU) is looking to hire two n read more
BRUSSELS - The European Students’ Union (ESU) welcomes a forward looki read more
BRUSSELS - A revised version of the Standards and Guidelines for Quali read more
BRUSSELS - On International Students’ Day, 17 November 2014, we call o read more
Mon 24 Nov 2014
The 17th of November International Day of Students was celebrated, recognised and commemorated across the globe. (read more)
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The European Students' Union (ESU) is an umbrella organisation of 47 National Unions of Students (NUS) from 39 countries.
ESU presented its publication Financing Students Toolkit at the final conference of the project on Financing the Students' Future in January 2013. (read more)
ESU represents and advocates the educational, social, economical and cultural interests of students at the European level: European Union, Council of Europe, UNESCO and the Bologna Follow Up Group.
For 2014, ESU has received financial support from the European Commission through Erasmus+ Programme: KA3, Support for Policy Reform- Civil society cooperation in the field of education and training.