The new Eurydice Brief builds on the May 2017 report, summarising its main findings and including recent research works and EU policy documents. The Brief is structured around five key EU and national language policy themes.
The 2017 edition of the yearbook provides a taste of the wide range of regional statistics available for the 276 NUTS level 2 regions (or even 1 342 NUTS level 3 regions for some indicators) of the 28 Member States of the EU as well as, when available, in EFTA and candidate countries.
The interactive online tool, developed by the Joint Research Centre (JRC), allows users to browse the 168 selected cities and the quantitative and qualitative information about their performance in the Countries and Cities pages.
The fourth annual edition of U-Multirank, the largest global university ranking, provides a major new release of data, the largest since its launch in 2014, almost doubling the number of institutions and increasing the coverage of countries from 70 to 99, with 3,284 faculties and 10,526 study programmes.
According to the data published on the occasion of the European Day of Languages by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, in 2014, more than 18 million primary school pupils (or 84% of all the pupils at this level) in the European Union (EU) were studying at least one foreign language, including nearly 1 million (around 5%) studying two foreign languages or more.
The report provides updated figures on global and regional youth unemployment. It also looks at working poverty rates, decent work opportunities in both developed and developing economies as well as gender inequalities and migration trends among young people.
The Eurofound new database on wages, working time and collective disputes aims to provide researchers and policymakers with a set of country-level data in the area of wages, working time and collective disputes.
Ever wondered how many placements are funded for young people and youth workers to participate in Erasmus+ in the UK? Or how many youth projects are funded?
The European Parliament has published new statistics on various aspects of young people's lives.
Almost half of upper secondary pupils in the EU are enrolled in vocational education and most of them are men. Find more stats on vocational education please have a look at this news release by Eurostat.
Published by the European Parliament, on the eve of the 2016 European Youth Event (EYE2016), the Eurobarometer survey finds that more than half of young Europeans aged 16-30 feel marginalised in their own country due to the economic crisis, but few want to move abroad.
Published by the European Commission, the report presents the statistics on student and staff mobility for the final academic year 2013-2014 of the former Erasmus programme for higher education, which formed part of the umbrella Lifelong Learning Programme.