Our project wants to tackle the low levels of Higher Education student participation in Erasmus mobility exchange by proposing a more economically viable scholarship scheme that will allow any Higher Education students to spend part of their studies abroad in any of the 33 programme countries. Get to know more about our project here.
The first Multiplier Event of the E4A Project took place at the Rectorate of U.Porto on the 15th of November 2022 and had as main objective the sharing of the key conclusions of the first set of activities carried out by the partnership and the promotion of a debate on issues related to the mobility of students and Erasmus+ scholarships.
15th November 2022
Rectorate of the University of Porto, Portugal
Biblioteca do fundo antigo
(*Times in GMT timezone)
Welcome coffee and Registration 9:30 Official opening
Prof. Joana Carvalho - Vice-Rector for International Relations, Social Responsibility and Sport of U.Porto
The ABC of the “Erasmus for All” Project
Luísa Capitão - Project Coordinator
9:40 The Erasmus programme yesterday, today and tomorrow: Can it really be for all?
Carle Bonafous-Murat – France Universités
Prof Ricardo Biscaia – University of Porto
Katrīna Sproģe - European Students’ Union
10:10 Steps being taken to make Erasmus truly for all
Svava B. Finsen – European Commission
10:30 Coffee-break 11:00 Roundtable discussion “The challenges and opportunities of the Erasmus+ programme 2021-2027”
Moderation: Carle Bonafous-Murat – France Universités
João Bacelar – European University Foundation
Gustavo Alva-Rosa – Portuguese National Agency Erasmus+ Education and Training
Susana Fragoso – University of Porto
Deborah Dore – Mobility Student from Sapienza University of Rome at U.Porto
12:00 Insights and lessons from other funding models
Brendan Tighe – Trinity College Dublin
12:15 Next steps in the Erasmus 4 All and sneak peek into work ahead
Helena Alves – European University Foundation
12:45 End of event
Take part in the project that promises to contribute to make Erasmus the most inclusive mobility programme.
For further information, please contact [email protected]