Brussels (14/02/2013) – The Erasmus Student Network, AEGEE-Europe, the European University Foundation-Campus Europae, and Fraternité 2020 today made known their response to the European Council’s decision on the future EU long-term budget, which saw an unanticipated cut for the new “Erasmus for All” programme.
The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) expresses its concerns about the still unsolved budget deficit of the Erasmus programme in 2012 and 2013. ESN urges the European Parliament and the Council to agree on a viable budget for the Erasmus programme in particular and the Lifelong Learning Programme as a whole to fulfill the obligations towards current and future exchange students.
Erasmus Student Network (ESN) exprime son inquiétude au sujet du déficit budgétaire toujours non résolu du programme Erasmus en 2012 et 2013. ESN invite le Parlement Européen et le Conseil à se mettre d’accord sur un budget viable pour le programme Erasmus en particulier, et pour le programme Education et Formation tout au long de la vie dans son ensemble afin de remplir les obligations envers les étudiants en échange, actuels et futurs.
The final dissemination conference of the 2012/2013 flagship project of the Erasmus Student Network aims at showcasing how volunteers with little financial support can create substantial added value to local communities.
2012 marks the 25th anniversary of the Erasmus programme, a year that will be celebrated by the ESN. Many important events are planned to take place on the European-wide level and on the national level of the countries within the Network.
Twelve years into the Bologna process, European student mobility has not
yet become what many have hoped for. It is still reserved to only a
handful of students and the lucky few who had the chance to study abroad
continue to face recognition and replacement problems after their
Erasmus Student Network: Promoting international mobility in Budapest Welcomed by the Hungarian President, Pál Schmitt, 500 delegates of 370 sections of the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) gathered at the National Parliament in Budapest for the opening ceremony of the Annual General Meeting of the organisation.
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