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The results of the Erasmus+ 2019 call for proposals have been published by EACEA, Brussels. Five capacity building projects (CBHE) have been selected for EU funding to be implemented by Lebanese institutions. These projects involve 12 Lebanese universities and 7 partners from the non-academic and socio-economic sector including the Ministry of Education and Higher Education. They also include Read more+


The following press release has been published on July 9th 2019 by l’Orient Le jour, about the efforts of the Honorary Consulate of Estonia in Lebanon, to pave the way to the International Credit Mobility between the Lebanese and the Estonian Higher Education Institutions in the frame of the Erasmus + programme.   Estonia, a new destination for Lebanese students attracted by the digital Read more+


The National Erasmus+ Office in Lebanon is organising two information days in conjunction with the 2019 call for proposals under the EU programme Erasmus+. People who are interested to submit proposals for any of the 4 international actions of Erasmus+ are encouraged to attend either of the following 2 events: - Monday 17 December 2018, at Islamic University of Lebanon, Wardanieh, Beirut-Saida Read more+


Lebanon has won 5 projects with a substantial increase over the results of last year. The 5 projects involve 9 Lebanese higher education institutions, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, the AUF and 2 NGOs. The universities involved in these 5 projects are: Lebanese University (4 projects), BAU (3), MUBS (3), AUB (2), each of LAU, LIU, USJ, USEK, LCU (1 project). Beirut Arab Read more+


The National Erasmus+ Office Lebanon launched a call for recruitment of a Project Assistant.  Read more+


42 new Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) projects has been selected in the 2018 call. List of the 42 selected projects Two Lebanese universities are involved in 2 projects selected. Project number 7 involves NDU and project number 42 involves the Lebanese University.   Read more+


Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange is part of the Erasmus+ programme, providing an accessible, ground-breaking way for young people to engage in intercultural learning. Working with youth organisations and universities, the programme is open to any young person aged 18-30 residing in Europe or the Southern Mediterranean. Through a range of activities, Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange aims to expand the reach and Read more+


premarin pills We are pleased to inform you that the 2019 Erasmus+ Call for Proposals has been published today. The 2019 Erasmus+ Programme Guide is now available in all official EU languages on the Erasmus+ website. The online version of the Programme Guide is also foreseen to be published soon. These documents are available at: •               2019 Erasmus+ Call for Proposals – Click here Read more+


The future of the Erasmus+ programme as well as other EU funding schemes depends, among other factors, on your feedback and comments. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that the European Commission launched a series of public consultations on the priorities that should be reflected in the next Multiannual Financial Framework (post 2020). This consultation includes questions on Read more+


The 4th policy dialogue on higher education with Southern Mediterranean countries took place in Brussels on 9-10 July 2018. The theme of this year meeting focused on the subject of "Ensuring quality of teacher education", "teacher" being considered as school education (primary/secondary levels) and higher education teachers. Southern Mediterranean Delegations were composed of representatives from Read more+