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CULT- THE ERASMUS PROGRAMME

Preparation KIT for the most awesome committee <3
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Elisa Marti

on 10 November 2013

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Transcript of CULT- THE ERASMUS PROGRAMME

Commission de la Culture et de l'Education
by Elisa Marti

What measures can the EU implement in the new Erasmus+ programme in order to facilitate the access to international mobility for every young European citizen ?
Aims of the original Erasmus programme
- To support the realisation of a
European Higher Education Area
- To reinforce the contribution of higher education and advanced vocational education to
-To improve the
quality and to increase the volume of multilateral cooperation
between higher education institutions in Europe
- To increase the de
gree of transparency
and compatibility between higher education and advanced vocational education qualifications gained in Europe
- To improve the quality and to increase the volume of
cooperation between higher education institutions and enterprises
- To facilitate the
development of innovative practices
in education and training at tertiary level, and their transfer, including from one participating country to others
- To support the development of
innovative ICT-based content
, services, pedagogies and practice for lifelong learning

Who is it for?
* opened to the
28 States of the EU
, on both sides (ex: from France to Spain, and Spain to France)

* also available for countries outside the EU:
Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and Turkey



Not a guaranteed programm for everyone
KEY QUESTIONS
HOW TO INCREASE THE ACCESSIBILITY TO ERASMUS ?

* how to enable everyone to apply?

* how to make the process easier ?

* how to increase the amount of applications ?

* how to promote the diversity among applicants ? (social origin, study-level...)

* ....
TO GO FURTHER
1) All the infos you need concerning the Erasmus + Project :
http://www.erasmusplus.fr/penelope/pages/3/Grands_principes

2) http://www.erasmusplus.org.uk./about-erasmus + check the prezi on the page!

3) http://www.2e2f.fr/page/erasmus-plus-education-et-formation
http://www.2e2f.fr/page/erasmus-plus-formation-professionnelle

4) The ''Erasmus for all'' Programme :
Our subject
NOW IT'S YOUR TURN!!
you have to

* make sure you clearly understand the subject and what it implies
* read carefully the prep kit and find some more information if you feel like it
* think on the topic
* try to come up with some ideas of ''measures'' that could be implemented
* get excited!!! cause the session will be awesooome

Since its creation in 1987, the Erasmus Programme enabled more than 3 millions students to do part of their studies or to do an internship abroad, in another European country.


* university students that have already completed 1 study year, in an institution participating in the programme


Yet the access to this programme is not guaranteed for every citizen : only 1% of all the European students take part in that programme each year, which is really few. Moreover, participants usually have affluent and privileged backgrounds.
Plus, the young people who do not pursue their studies after high school are largely excluded from all forms of ''international mobility'', so they don't have the opportunity to travel and discover neighbouring cultures.

WHAT IS ERASMUS + ?
A
new European ERASMUS Programme
aiming at increasing the accessibility to international mobility should be implemented in January 2014.
This new project
will gather most of the existing programmes for education, youth, and sports.
All previous programs like Youth in Action, Erasmus and LLP would be included in Erasmus+.

Currently still
under negotiations
at the moment. The final form of the project has to be approved by the European Parliament in
December 2013.



ERASMUS MUNDUS
Since 2004, all university students in the world can apply to the programme (one-way only: Europeans cannot go to China but Chinese can come)
http://ec.europa.eu/education/lifelong-learning-programme/erasmus_fr.htm
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