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Almost 1 900 events to celebrate Erasmus+ around the world!

Almost 1 900 events are taking place in 56  countries for the fourth edition of the #ErasmusDays. 

Albania, Algeria, Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bhutan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Croatia, Colombia,Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malaysia, Malta, Moldova, Morocco, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United Kingdom and Ukraine…

That’s the list of the countries joining this international celebration of the Erasmus+ programme! And others might join later…

Here some examples of the events organised in the world:

  • In Algeria, the Kasdi Merbah University of Ouargla will present three ongoing projects about universities governance, development of institutional means for the integration of refugees in higher education and improvement of language teaching techniques in Algerian universities;
  • In Italy, the University of Sassari and the local ESB group will launch a photo competition named “Home is not where you live, but…” to display the Erasmus experience enjoyed by former and current Erasmus+ UNISS students, both incoming and outgoing;
  • In Jordan, the National Erasmus+ Office will stream a conference on career planning and Europass new platform;
  • In Romania, the Asociatia Dialoguri Europene in Craiova will promote the Erasmus+ project and to develop digital, entrepreneurial, pedagogical, collaborative, problem solving skills, negotiation, critical thinking to acquire the ability to be creative and use practical resources;
  • In Russia, the Astrakhan State University will organise “Days of Erasmus on Volga: Jean Monnet Module for Sustainable Development”, an online conference with video exhibitions, lectures on the role of the Erasmus Program and Jean Monet for education in Europe and Russia; presentation of the project “EU Sustainable Development”, lecture “Sustainable Development Strategy in the World, Europe and Russia”;
  • In Turkey, the Olgunlaşma Institute in Kayseri, specialized in lifelong learning education, will organize stained glass workshops thanks to the techniques learned in Krakow, Poland, at the Stained Museum.