TUAS involved in reforming the Erasmus+ programme
The new funding period of the Erasmus+ programme started in 2014. It continues to develop the cooperation between European higher education institutions and different communities. In addition to promoting mobility of students and teachers, the programme funds several international projects: TUAS alone is involved in eight of these.
This spring, TUAS received a request from the CULT committee (Culture and Education Committee) of the European Parliament to conduct an evaluation study on the implementation of Erasmus+ so far. The commission was received by Chancellor Juha Kettunen. The results of the evaluation study are intended to be used in the reform of the Erasmus+ programme.
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