Erasmus Mundus Programme
Erasmus Mundus was a mobility and cooperation program in the field of higher education, funded by the European Commission from 2009 to 2013. Its main objectives were the promotion of European higher education in partner (non-EU) countries, the enhancement and improvement of student career prospects through cooperation with partner countries and fostering the sustainable development of higher education in these countries.
Erasmus Mundus programs have allowed students to give their training a particular “added value“ which is based on the possibility of:
Studying in partner countries, living together with students from other countries of the world
Building a network of relationships with professors and course colleagues, very useful for the professional future
Achieving a high level study qualification on the European and international labor market
Uninettuno has participated in two Erasmus Mundus projects, MEDASTAR and Green IT, helping to organize mobility of students and professors between Europe and the south Mediterranean countries.
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The Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Programme
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is a program funded by the European Commission and helps aspiring European entrepreneurs to acquire skills necessary to start and / or successfully manage a small business in Europe. New entrepreneurs learn and exchange business knowledge and ideas with experienced entrepreneurs, by whom they are hosted and with whom the collaborate for a period from 1 to 6 months.
Uninettuno participated in the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs program from 2015 to 2017 with the EXAGE project.
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