A training seminar on the new European programme,  "Erasmus +",  was held at the Tsenov Academy of Economics. The Centre for International Cooperation and Projects (CICP) at the Svishtov University presented new elements of the programme to the departmental Erasmus coordinators, which will be launched next year.
The Tsenov Academy of Economics is now a university-partner in the new European programme.

The Erasmus charter received is for the period 2014-2020 and entitles the Academy of Economics to conduct all types of mobilities related to higher education, and also to take part in joint international projects within the framework of Erasmus+.

The programme extends the range of countries involved, which increases opportunities for students, teachers and administrative staff to undertake the chosen mobility.

Besides the member states of the European Union, among the countries participating in the programme are Liechtenstein, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, the Republic of Macedonia and Turkey. Monitoring the implementation of the programme will be accomplished through an electronic platform accessible for the National Agency - "Human Resources Development Centre" - and the European Commission.

In addition to presenting the new points in "Erasmus +", changes to the curriculum for individual students during their mobility in a foreign university (Learning Agreement) were also discussed in the workshop. For future changes in other documents concerning the new programme, the team at the CICP will arrange subsequent training seminars.

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