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The results of the Erasmus+ 2020 call for CBHE proposals have been published by EACEA, Brussels. Six capacity building projects (CBHE) have been selected for EU funding to be implemented by Lebanese institutions. These projects involve 9 Lebanese universities and one partner from the socio-economic sector. They also include partners from Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, Sweden, Austria, Italy, France, Read more+


This national impact study aims to investigate the impact made by the Erasmus+ Capacity Building projects (CBHE) implemented in Lebanon following the rounds of selection 2015, 2016 and 2017. When synergy or complementarity is found with capacity building projects implemented under the Tempus programme or with ongoing Erasmus+ CBHE projects selected in 2018 and 2019, this will also be referred to Read more+


In the last edition of our 2020 newsletters, we closed the year with a very gloomy expectation without excluding the hope that 2021 would bring some light at the end of the tunnel. It seems that in 2021, the worst is yet to come at all levels with no exception for the higher education sector. Lebanese universities working in a complete void in terms of state vision and policies are struggling to Read more+


Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) info-session MSCA is the European Union’s flagship programme to support scientific excellence and cooperation across countries, sectors and research fields. An online information event on the MSCA under Horizon Europe was organised on March 23 to encourage organisation and researchers to apply. The event was open to researchers, higher education institutions Read more+


In the last edition of our 2020 newsletters, we closed the year with a very gloomy expectation without excluding the hope that 2021 would bring some light at the end of the tunnel. It seems that in 2021, the worst is yet to come at all levels with no exception for the higher education sector. Lebanese universities working in a complete void in terms of state vision and policies are struggling to Read more+


On Wednesday March 17, an exciting webinar on “Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange” by the consortium that implemented the project between 2018-2020 was held online. Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange is a ground-breaking project enabling youth in Europe and the Southern Mediterranean to engage in meaningful intercultural experiences online, as part of their formal or non-formal education. The event started with Read more+


In the last edition of our 2020 newsletters, we closed the year with a very gloomy expectation without excluding the hope that 2021 would bring some light at the end of the tunnel. It seems that in 2021, the worst is yet to come at all levels with no exception for the higher education sector. Lebanese universities working in a complete void in terms of state vision and policies are struggling to Read more+


NEO Lebanon participated in the Erasmus+ CBHE Grantholders meeting that took place online between 25 and 29 January 2021. The event this year took a different format. The opening session included the intervention of the keynote speaker Professor Muhammad Yunus, Founder of Grameen Bank and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (2006). A number of plenary sessions were conducted for project implementation and Read more+


In the last edition of our 2020 newsletters, we closed the year with a very gloomy expectation without excluding the hope that 2021 would bring some light at the end of the tunnel. It seems that in 2021, the worst is yet to come at all levels with no exception for the higher education sector. Lebanese universities working in a complete void in terms of state vision and policies are struggling to Read more+


A- The MED2IaH CBHE project organised its four capacity building webinars on February 16, February 23, March 16 and March 23. The webinars discussed the following topics: Internationalisation of formal curriculum (webinar 1); Global skills in a local context (webinar 2); virtual mobility (webinar 3); and campus diversity and intercultural engagement (webinar 4). The webinars were attended by Read more+