Everything tagged with erasmus
Europe needs youth mobility and entrepreneurship more than ever.
Europe will always be appealing as Student Destination
Half of them are European
Forging a vibrant student community in study and an active Alumni when leaving study
According to statistics, foreign students (in particular, Erasmus ones) prefer sunnier venues in Spain and Italy, or countries renowned for their universities such as England or France. And yet Leuven, Belgium’s student city par excellence, remains a melting pot of students from all over the world.
A former Erasmus student gives a personal account of how she fell in love with the City of Lights.
Most people in Europe born in the 90s and onwards have heard of it. Its popularity lies upon the numerous stories told by the millions of young folks that have participated. It is considered a must for young –and not only- students across the continent. It is also a fundamental element in the European Union’s agenda for education and culture for its citizens.
The Erasmus Programme is the subject of a new TV Series and it is all based on YOUR stories.
Celebrating the great union of the European peoples
A personal account of one of our Portuguese writer's Erasmus adventure in Istanbul
Portugal - Turkey relations are improving and getting closer
With a budget of €14.7 billion, “Erasmus+ will provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, gain work experience and volunteer abroad”, as stated on the official website.
This infographic shows which are the countries with the highest number of student exchanges in Europe.
Andreea Cristina Apostol desribes the mind-opening experience of her Erasmus programme at Kadir Has University in Turkey.
The European Comission presented new Erasmus statistics
Cornelia Primosch is joined by Pia Ahrenkilde Hansen, spokeswoman of the European Commission, to discuss EU-Switzerland relations in light of the recent Swiss decision not to open its labour market access to Croatia.…
Education, training and non-formal youth learning are essential in creating jobs and enhancing Europe’s competitiveness.
3% to EU exchange programmes
There are internationally standardized language certificates that enable students to go and study in another country - this article gives an overview
To me the Erasmus program is a great opportunity to create more "Newropeans" in our continent, young people with a more broad knowledge and conscience.
In response to the unbelievable news that Erasmus may be in danger, the pro-European community and thousands of young Europeans reacted with a number of campaigns.
The very first ECI is Fraternité2020 which highlights the importance of Erasmus type exchanges programs for Europe