Education Never Stops: the stories of a winemaker, a physicist and a sound designer

‘Never stop learning’ is probably the main message which current world leaders and other influential figures are promoting. Education is the opportunity to thirst for new knowledge, a chance for self-realisation, for professional and personal development and for meeting new people. Together with the Erasmus + programme, Inspired interviewed three Ukrainian students, who decided to pursue a second higher education abroad and hope to motivate others with their example. Read more

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How to take part in Erasmus+ youth exchanges

Studying abroad, communicating with people from various European countries and gaining new experience and impression is not a fantasy, but reality that can become a part of your life. Within project “Education on Maximum” we talked to people who participated in Erasmus+ EU youth exchange program. We are sharing their stories and telling how to find courage to apply, what to do and which “baggage” to bring back. Read more

EU supports school cinema clubs

Imagine yourself as a sixth-grader, who is offered during the lesson of Ukrainian literature to write an essay about happiness. Not really interesting, right? And now imagine yourself as a sixth-grader who is offered by the teacher to watch a movie. In that movie, the new clothes of the main characters, your peers, have an amazing property: each time, they slip their hand to their right pockets they can pull out money. In general, the movie says that happiness is not in the money, and tells about charity, friendship and mutual help. And only now you are offered to write an essay about happiness. Read more