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Erasmus+ made strategic planning an essential part of international projects of VET schools and institutes

13-May-2014 09:02

Erasmus +, the EU programme 2014-2020 for Education, Training, Youth, and Sport, introduces new challenges into carrying out international projects of schools and organizations since in Erasmus+ projects have to be more closely linked to organisations’ overall strategies for internationalization and development. To make this easier the Finnish, Hungarian and Dutch National Agencies have planned a 2,5 day meeting in June for about 30 VET colleagues from Finland, Hungary and the Netherlands. The goal is to help organizations to create or develop their strategies for internationalization and to evaluate and plan their international projects so that they are better linked to organization’s strategies for internationalization.

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International Cooperation Quality Award 2014
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The Recognition of Quality

International projects of outstanding standards supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme

The experts commissioned by Tempus Public Foundation have selected 13 projects out of over 300 applications to be awarded with the Quality Award in 2014. The exemplary and high-standard partnerships were supported by the Comenius, Leonardo and Grundtvig programmes of the European Union.

The recognition was awarded to such institutions of public education, VET and adult education which processed certain topics through excellent project management within European partnerships, and whose achievements had an outstanding impact on the entire organisational culture.

The awards were presented to the representatives of the projects on 21 May 2014 by Krisztina Kolosyné Bene, Deputy Head of Department, Ministry of Human Resources, and Péter Tordai, Director of Tempus Public Foundation.

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