EU finances intercultural projects in rural schools

Dariia has been teaching English at the Novopillia Educational Complex near the city of Kryvyi Rih for 12 years already. In 2014, she encountered a post about the eTwinning Plus program on social media, which allowed implementing foreign projects, communicating in foreign languages ​​with European states. Read more

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How Ukrainians study in EU

Last year, Oleksandr Moskalenko, the student of Poltava National Pedagogical University and Vadym Hetman Kyiv National Economic University, who studies three specialties (mathematics, finance and translation from English), traveled to Denmark for four months. He took part in Erasmus+ programme, which provides grants for studying and living abroad. 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

How Ukrainian student earned 4 western university diplomas in 2 years under Erasmus+ programme

Oleksandr Ivanov joined Erasmus program in 2013, and a two-year master’s program at four European and American universities paved the way toward not only the quality knowledge in a new field – system analysis – but also helped him visit unforgettable places and see how diverse the world can be even within the single border; and also, realize that interesting acquaintances often go beyond a mere list of contacts and find their continuation in joint international projects and initiatives. And as it turns out, understanding each other despite the language barrier is much easier when you reserve the right to a mistake.

Oleksandr told us which students most often decide to stay in Europe and who goes back home, how he saw Ukraine after two years of absence, and how he now helps prospective students improve their chances to enroll. Read more