10 projects to build capacities for 46 organisations in Ukraine under Erasmus+

Several dozens of Ukrainian universities, research and development institutions and enterprises, and a number of ministries will participate in 10 projects under the EU’s Erasmus+ program with the funding of over 9 million euros, the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science reports. Read more

How Bukovyna benefits from EU educational opportunities

Dynamic pace of today’s world definitely changes the functions of educational process, while the society has an increasing demand for a deeper personal development. That’s why international cooperation, partnerships and academic mobility are so valuable at this time, because they mean professional development, new knowledge, skills and experience. Read more

What educational opportunities EU offers to Ukrainians

Quality education is the cornerstone of the country’s development in all areas. The European Union offers numerous mobility opportunities for everyone interested in professional growth, for those who want to gain new knowledge and skills, and most importantly, international experience. This article tells about programs available for academic community, students and specialists, and why you should apply for them. Read more

EU Advisory Mission to Ukraine opens first educational centre for law enforcers in Odesa

The Knowledge Hub, a training center operated by the European Union Advisory Mission Ukraine and the first of its kind in the country, has opened in Odesa. The center will host joint events for EUAM’s partners in the public security sector, including the National Police, prosecution and judicial authorities, Security Service and Interior Ministry, a Radio Liberty correspondent reports. Read more

Chernivtsi student learns to counter populism in Georgia under Erasmus+ programme

In December 2019, Anastasia Gudilianova, a fourth-year student of Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, took part in an international project to confront populism in Georgia under the EU Erasmus+ programme. Together with other students from Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Belarus, Poland, Spain and Germany, she learned to recognize populism and conduct peacebuilding trainings to prevent conflicts in society. Read more