Published in 1998, Education and training in the European Union is a policy area aiming to enable young people to experience the ‘reality of Europe’ through various forms of cooperation, including training periods in firms in other member states, university courses in the Community countries and exchanges. This book examines why the Community decided to take actions in the field of education and training, what the extent of this involvement is, and how the future may affect EU decisions on education and training. It argues that the logic of the EU involvement in education and training derives from both economic and political considerations; that the extent of this involvement has not so far been very significant but is growing; and that the pace of political integration will ultimately condition the Community’s competence in the field of education and training.
1. Prologue 2. The Analytical Framework 3. The EU Framework 4. The Quantitative Analysis: EU Funding and Mobility in Education and Training 5. The Qualitative Analysis: Deficiencies and Contradictions in EU Education and Training 6. Epilogue.
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