Kharkiv’s Ariadne Mimics and Gesture Theatre has 25 volunteer actors with complete or partial hearing loss. A grant from the EU-funded “Upshift Ukraine” project helped them stage a contemporary adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “The Tamign of the Shrew”, buy costumes, curtains and lighting. The performance is adapted for all spectators – all the dialogues are voiced by announcers, there is music and dancing. The company is going on tour in Ukraine and dreams to make a movie in sign language sometime in the future. Read more
Denmark’s Anders Levinsen has left a senior position at the UN Refugee Agency to travel to conflict zones and build peace through children’s football matches. In 2017, with EU funding, the Open Football Fun School project was launched in Ukraine to help boys and girls from eastern Ukraine adapt to host communities. The project has hosted football festivals for nearly 14,000 children from nine regions, attracting more than a thousand adult volunteers, including psychologists and international experts. Read more
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
Study and practice abroad, skill improvement, job shadowing, exchange of experience, developing new education programs, cooperation between higher education institutions and public authorities, businesses, civil society, etc. – look for all these and other opportunities in our guide.
Horizon 2020 is the EU funding programme for research and innovation with a €80 billion budget. The program is open to all research, educational organizations and business representatives from all over the world. Read more
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