Welcome to an afternoon seminar on student mobility, co-hosted by the Mission of Norway to the EU, the Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the EU, Neth-ER and Norcore.
Mobility, the core activity in the Erasmus+ programme, has a large impact on the lives of young people. It contributes to equip students with skills required by the labour market. Not only do they learn to speak different languages, a study abroad experience also raises cultural understanding and awareness of common European values and is important to the participants’ personal development.
However, the reality is that most students are not mobile during their studies.
The Mission of Norway to the EU, the Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the EU, Neth-ER and Norcore have the pleasure to invite you to a seminar. The purpose is to explore and discuss the drivers and barriers for students in higher education to choose a study abroad experience, as well as to discuss how European higher education institutions can make even better use of the opportunities of the Erasmus+ programme.
Location: Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the EU, 4-10 Avenue de Cortenbergh, 1040 Brussels
Registration: Kindly RSVP in this form by Friday June 14.
15:45: European Commission
15:55: Drivers and barriers – student perspective
16:05: Experiences from the Netherlands and Norway
16:45: Panel discussion /Q&A