Europe Direct Poole
If you’re in the Poole area and have questions about the European Union, take a look at our resource page, or get in touch with Europe Direct Poole using the details below or form at the foot of this page. This centre operates in partnership with WSX Enterprise from our Poole office. If we can’t answer your query immediately we’ll get back to you within three working days.
As specialist providers of business support services in Dorset, our team in Poole are actively engaged in a number of programmes that benefit from EU funding – the European Regional Development Fund. In working with these partners we can pass on our knowledge for working within the EU to any people within the Poole area who requires guidance.
Opening Times: Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm
Holyrood Close, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7FJ
Find out about the latest news, including European Parliament, EU Business + Europe for Citizens.
Erasmus+ generation: what Erasmus meant to Jyrki Katainen
Erasmus + is the EU’s program for education, training, youth and sport in Europe. With a budget of € 14.7 billion, it will help provide more than 4 million Europeans with the opportunity to study, train, acquire experience or volunteer abroad. Read more: http://europa.eu/!bh83jM
Jyrki Katainen, the European Commission Vice-President for Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness, outlines the importance the Erasmus Programme has in showing what integration is all about and he stresses out how this experience can shape the careers of students and young workers.
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Our events and workshops can be found within the WSX Enterprise Events Calendar here:
Alternatively, click below to view collateral that you can download from specific EDIC events.
Ever wondered what MEPs do?
MEPs are your representatives in the European Union. Their job is to represent your interests and those of your city or region, in European matters. They do this by listening to people with local and national concerns, and to interest groups and businesses. Where necessary, they question and lobby the Commission and the Council of Ministers.