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Erasmus Student Network is an association initially aimed to help students moving across Europe for Erasmus program, but now it has widened its point of view, giving help to mobility students from everywhere and participating to every program. Here we tried to provide you a short list of the hundreds of possible scholarships beyond Erasmus, including several websites offering advice and similar services.
The Leonardo da Vinci program focuses on the development of a policy of vocational education and training. There are different kinds of projects and a lot of subjects involved: some projects give individuals the chance to improve their competences while experiencing a period abroad, some others involve training organizations in a process of Europe-wide co-operation.
CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Program for University Studies) is a network connecting universities from 15 countries promoting inter-university cooperation and mobility.
Campus France manages international exchange programs for foreign grant holder students and interns for courses in France or abroad and it also provides the same services for French students and interns on courses abroad.
Onassis Foundation Scholarships is aimed to cover research, artistic work, further education, and post-graduate studies in Greece.
Nuffic (the Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education) is aimed at students from all over the world. The Grantfinder is an online search engine for those who want to study in the Netherlands and are looking for a financial aid. The Grantfinder contains information on a range of Dutch scholarships for foreign students.
The Swedish International Program Office for Education and Training is a government agency that promotes academic exchanges and cooperation across national borders.
Study and work in Norway - The Royal Norwegian Embassy in London website provides useful information about studying and working in Norway.
Slovak Academic Information Agency is a non-governmental non-profit organization implementing programs and providing services aimed at enhancement of civil society, and assisting in internationalization of education and research in Slovakia.
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