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We are offering young individuals from across Europe the opportunity to hone their entrepreneurial knowledge and principles, acquire a variety of new skills and network with both successful entrepreneurs and other like minded, motivated people. Besides, participants will have an exclusive opportunity to present their business ideas to investors.
Europe’s open day is a time to reflect on the EU’s achievements – and look at how to make it work better for everyone. Join in the debates, events and activities for all ages on the 4th of May all over Europe.
Let's take the time to remember the past and value the present. On 9 May 1950, Robert Schuman, France’s foreign minister, sparked the creation of what is now know as the European Union by calling on France, Germany and other European countries to pool their production of coal and steel.
We would like to welcome ESN Luxemburg!
ESN Luxemburg joined the network in the latest Pre-AGM CNR meeting on the 8th of April by the National Represantives of the rest of the network. They have been doing an impressive work as a section candidate and the network has awarded their efforts giving them the full membership. Now all the Erasmus and exchange students in Luxemburg will have a local section to help them during their stay. The University of Luxemburg has been supporting them during all this time; thanks for believeing in ESN!
Now that everybody is back home...
AGM Maribor 2013 will be remember for a long time. ESN Maribor pulled off a well organised and fun AGM. All the sections delegates could feel Slovenia finally. Big thanks to the organization that made all this possible, all the network is in debt with you ESN Maribor.
Commissioner Vassiliou addresses ESN at AGM 2013 at Maribor, Slovenia.
Open Call International Research Team for PRIME project
PRIME, Problems of Recognition In Making Erasmus is one of ESN’s most successful research projects. It was supported by the European Commission with an Erasmus Accompanying Measures grant within the Lifelong Learning Programme for the 2009 and 2010 editions. It is a complex qualitative and quantitative study which aims at pointing out existing obstacles to student mobility and provides suggestions for improvements to facilitate student exchange in Europe.
ESN is proud to be accepted as a full member of the European Movement International. The European Movement is an international organisation open to all political, economic, social and cultural trends in civil society. Its objective is to "contribute to the establishment of a united, federal Europe founded on the principles of peace, democracy, liberty, solidarity, and respect for basic human rights. It seeks to provide a structure to encourage and facilitate the active participation of citizens and civil society organisations in the development of a united Europe".
You're a section, a National Board, a Committee, a bunch of ESNers that want to organise a quality training event, within the scope of another event, or independently?
Apply for the Alumni Award - that will this year take the form of a grant! We canno't guarantee the exact amount we will reach, as it depends on the Alumni's donations, but we hope to reach 300-400 euros, as last year. We already have collected 100!!
ESN, together with CHE Consult (DE), Brussels Education Services (BE) and the Compostela Group of Universities (ES), will carry out an impact study on the Erasmus programmes launched by the European Commission in 2012. The consortium led by CHE Consult will conduct a comprehensive study investigating on the impact of the Erasmus programme on students, staff, institutions and business. It is for the first time that ESN AISBL is part of a consortium that won a bid for a public EU tender.
The Erasmus Student Network conducted a short survey on the preferences of its students and members concerning the name of the new EU programme on Education, Training, Youth and Sport. The original proposal of the European Commission stipulates “Erasmus for All” as the name for the follow-up of the Lifelong Learning Programme. The European Parliament favours “YES Europe” as the name for the new programme envisaged to start in 2014.