The advantages of the regional universities in Erasmus+ projects discussed at the Comrat State University

The National Erasmus+ Office in Moldova has held on Monday, November, 27th, a new information session for the Comrat’s State University staff on the novelties of the 2018 Call for Proposals in the Erasmus+ EU’s Programme.

In the context have been explained the projects and actions Moldovan universities are eligible for, as an applicant or a partner: Capacity Building projects, Mobility of individuals (International Credit Mobility and Joint Master Degree), the specific action Jean Monnet.

Also, have been presented the actual national and regional priorities to be taken into account for the writing of the new projects, and analysed the trends influencing the selection of the specific projects in the previous call.

The NEO Moldova representatives pointed out during the event the advantages of the regional universities in Erasmus+ and mentioned the necessity of the enlargement of the number of projects with the participation of the Comrat State University.

The event was preceded by a monitoring mission of the mobility projects (ICM) available for this university in the framework of Erasmus+ Programme.

The event is part of the national campaign “Information Day”.

Information Day is an annual informational campaign held by National Erasmus+ Office in the Republic of Moldova which aims to present the Erasmus+ Program’s opportunities among the Moldovan students, young professionals, and university staff and also to promote the internationalization of studies, mobilities, and exchanges of experience.

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