Erasmus Days 2022

  • Kamil Matula
  • 26.10.2022
On 12 October 2022, SU FPS joined the worldwide celebrations of the largest international educational program, Erasmus+ for the first time.

You might wonder what the objective of Erasmus Days is? These celebrations aim to raise awareness of activities and projects implemented under the Erasmus+ program and to inform the public about its potential and positive impact.

International mobility and cooperation are at the heart of the Erasmus+ program. The program brings innovation to education and supports the development of skills. The priorities of the new Erasmus+ 2021—2027 programming period include Inclusion and Diversity, Environment, Digital Transformation and Participation – promoting active citizenship, participating in democracy, and strengthening European identity.

For those interested in stays abroad, the International Relations Office prepared a rich one-day program and an information stand in the foyer with the current offer of foreign mobility.

On Wednesday, October 12, an Erasmus+ Workshop on stays abroad took place at the FPS SU. Students got acquainted with the general conditions of stays abroad and new features of the Erasmus+ program, which include, for example, Green Erasmus, i.e., the support of environmentally friendly travel. First of all, Vice-dean for Science and International Relations welcomed all participants. Erasmus+ faculty coordinator introduced the terms and possibilities of Erasmus+ program. Participants of the program spoke about their foreign experiences – whether online or physically.

In addition, students prepared information stands from foyer of the building to the main lecture room. Not only the decoration of the information stand but also snacks for visitors were really original. Students and participants of the Erasmus Day could taste, for example, real Turkish tea and coffee, Ukrainian borscht or typical Italian cheeses and sausages.

Kateřina Knoppová

Erasmus Days audience during presentation