About the Project
You may have heard of our Erasmus programme- “Youth@home in Europe?” It is 3 year project carried out by students and teachers from Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, France, Italy and Germany.
Erasmus+ was originally an exchange programme for students, providing them with a chance to mingle with new mates on the continent and expand their knowledge and learning. Erasmus+ isn’t an unfinished sum or mathematical equation. It´s is an extended programme that covers education, training, youth and sport. Sounds a bit vague doesn’t it? Right, Erasmus+ provides an opportunity to over four million Europeans to study, train, gain work experience and volunteer abroad. That’s a bit clearer isn’t it? You can meet other young people and discuss your interests, lives and cultures. This is basically an exchange programme and is a great opportunity to experience another culture.
Youth @ home in Europe questions the young European people’s way of life, according to their wishes, dreams and hopes of European values and their self-image as Europeans. Thus, Youth @ home in Europe has an up-to-date reference that is particularly relevant in the face of the multiple challenges facing the European Union. The crises in the history of the European Union have hitherto been seen as a challenge to be solved together, and they are now increasingly splintering and drawing a picture that is somewhere between European cohesion on the one hand and the reclaim of national borders and currencies on the other.
What is the view of today’s 14 to 17-year-old on this process set in motion? Youth @ home in Europe is committed to the search for traces, emphasizing the everyday experience of young people seven European countries.
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Here are some common
questions about Erasmus.
How can I participate?
Just talk to your english teacher. He will introduce you more.
If you have any other questions, ask us here!
Can I attend before the eight grade?
How good must my english be?
You have to be able to have a normal conversation.
See, it’s not very helpfull if you are in a different country and can’t speek with them.
That can be a huge problem.
France: Lycee Aciard
Portugal: Portal da Educação
Italy: I.S.I.S Paolo Carcan
Norway: Lycee Aciard