North-east schools have played a key part in Scotland receiving its largest ever allocation of Erasmus EU funding in 2018.
Seven schools in Aberdeenshire are set to receive a share of €81,000 this year.
Alford Primary School will receive €27,000 for immersion training, Newtonhill School almost €19,000 for curriculum development and Bervie Primary €16,000 for language training.
Newburgh, Fyvie, Aboyne Academy and Torphins will also receive between almost €7,000 and €2,000 for different projects.
North-east MSP Mike Rumbles said: “I welcome this news. Investment in education is an investment in our future.
“Such excellent schemes keep education in the north-east globally competitive.
“The Erasmus scheme is a great example of what can be achieved through co-operation in Europe.”