An information day of Erasmus+ was held in Turkmenistan

An information day of Erasmus+ was held in Turkmenistan

An online information day of the Erasmus + program was organized in Turkmenistan in an online format, reports the publication "Turkmenistan: Golden Age".

The event was organized by the Ministry of Education of the country, the European Executive Agency for Education and Culture together with the Delegation of the European Union in Turkmenistan and the National Office of Erasmus+.

The event was attended by representatives of Turkmen universities, who got acquainted with the Erasmus Mundus program for undergraduates and the Jean Monnet program for studying the European Union. Also, the events and conditions of the Erasmus+ 2022 competition were announced.

As the deputy head of the European Union in Turkmenistan Renata Wrobel noted in her welcoming speech:

In Turkmenistan, the national Erasmus+ office was opened in 2014, but work in the field of education has been going on since 1998, when the TEMPUS program was launched, and then in 2008 the Erasmus Mundus program was opened. Since then, dozens of students and young professionals from Turkmenistan have been trained in European universities.

The European Union's Erasmus+ program builds on over 25 years of experience in European education, training and youth programmes. The program is named after the Dutch scientist Erasmus Rotterdam, who lived in the 15th century and won all-European fame for his humanistic views.

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