ERASMUS DAYS SCAVENGER HUNT
Los estudiantes de 3º ESO aprendieron, en la clase de Historia y durante los Erasmus Days, mucho más sobre el Programa Erasmus+ mediante una divertida búsqueda de información navegando por la página web del Programa.
What is the Erasmus + program? Describe with your own words.
The Erasmus+ program (European Region Action Scheme for the mobility of University Students) is a program with the general objective to support, through living alone, studying, learning how to live outside home, start knowing about yourself… in Europe and beyond. Also is a program focused on an international exchange of students from all parts of Europe and beyond.
Who can benefit or be part of the program?
Develop personally, professionally and academically; gain new transferable skills and boost your employability; broaden your horizons-physically and mentally; receive financial support; increase motivation to learn; develop cultural awareness and open-mindedness; enhance self-confidence; gau knowledge in new subjects or in teaching methods; and improve and gain language skills.
How long, as a student, can you be participating in the program?
Erasmus+ programme offers university students a possibility of studying or doing an internship abroad in another country for a period of at least 2 months and maximum 12 months per cycle of studies.
Do you have any financial support to participate in the program?
As a rule, you will charge between 200 and 300 euros for each month of stay, although it is never clear when you will receive the money.
Also you can ask for a Financial aid for the Erasmus Scholarship 2021:
Erasmus scholarship suggestions from the European Union
Erasmus grant from the Ministry of Education
Erasmus grant from Autonomous Communities
Erasmus University Scholarship
Erasmus Bank Santander scholarship
Would you like to participate in this adventure of going to study in a different country?
Of course I would like, also I have planted myself and my parents.
Describe other activities or interesting points that you read about the program.
I have read that the program is not only in Europe, that you can also ask to go to other continents and countries; and I think that is a good point because it is like an open door for people who want to study outside Europe.
Also I have seen something of going to do sport, and I think that's another good point, because all those people who want to go to study out their countries but they are in a team or whatever, they can go and continue training.