Students Qualify For Europe
Doncaster College has joined the prestigious education
programme Erasmus, which allows students to learn in Europe as part
of their degree.
Students can learn from different education
institutions throughout Europe, while gaining new skills, life
experiences and developing new friendships as part of their study
programme. Doncaster College is now one of hundreds of institutions
to join up to the programme, which one of the largest in Europe.
Teaching staff can also take part in the scheme.
Colleges and universities from 31 different
countries throughout Europe participate in the programme, offering
a variety of places which students, and teachers, can go to
Claire Wheeler, the College's Erasmus
Co-ordinator, said: "We're delighted to be able to offer this
fantastic opportunity to our students and staff. At the same
time, we will be able to offer European students learning
opportunities at Doncaster College."
Erasmus was created in 1987 with the intention
of increasing mobility of both students and teachers around
Further details on the scheme can be obtained by calling Claire
Wheeler on 01302 553553 ext 8237 or visit www.don.ac.uk/international.
For more information about higher education courses offered by
Doncaster College visit http://www.don.ac.uk/.