Portugal Authorizes States To Hire Foreign Nurses

Portugal Authorizes States To Hire Foreign Nurses

The Portuguese government approved Thursday a program to hire foreign nurses to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
American University of Cyprus to target job creation

American University of Cyprus to target job creation

The American University of Cyprus (AUCY) will open its doors in Larnaca in September 2021, and its second campus, in Ayia Napa, still under construction will begin welcoming students in the near future.
Rail bosses plan to build Northern Ireland to Scotland tunnel

Rail bosses plan to build Northern Ireland to Scotland tunnel

Rail industry leaders have proposed building a tunnel between Scotland and Northern Ireland to a group tasked with exploring ways to improve connectivity between the four constituent parts of the UK.
EDP Foundation donates 3,000 computers to schools

EDP Foundation donates 3,000 computers to schools

EDP Foundation will donate about 3,000 computers, worth one million Euros, to schools and students in vulnerable situations, the institution said in a statement sent to Lusa news agency.
Fighting poverty and social inequality should be top priority

Fighting poverty and social inequality should be top priority

The citizens of the European Union consider that the fight against poverty and social inequalities should be the main priority of the union
Portugal improves in higher education

Portugal improves in higher education

Figures from 2020 show Portugal has climbed 9 percentage points in comparison to 2015, and 16 percentage points higher than 2010.
New language programme unveiled for pupils with migrant backgrounds

New language programme unveiled for pupils with migrant backgrounds

There are more than 17,000 children whose mother language is not Greek in the state education system
UK Students Will No Longer Be Able to Participate in Erasmus+ Programme

UK Students Will No Longer Be Able to Participate in Erasmus+ Programme

Failure of the UK to reach an agreement on its post-Brexit membership will affect students from Britain, disabling them from participating in the Erasmus exchange program.
Portuguese property market “remains strong”

Portuguese property market “remains strong”

Over the past ten years, the property market in Portugal has demonstrated very promising increases with prices for buying or renting a house steadily increasing.