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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+


A monitoring visit to the CBHE project CONECTE took place virtually on February 23, 2021. CONECTE project offers innovative solutions to support the education sector in general and Lebanese universities in particular in their transition to digital and in adapting their training offers to the challenges of the professions of the future. Coordinated by the University Saint-Joseph and its Faculty of 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+


A monitoring visit to the CBHE project MED2IaH took place virtually on February 19, 2021. MED2IaH (Towards Internationalisation at Home) project is designed to have an impact at system level and trigger reform processes at national level in Mediterranean Partner Countries. Policymakers will receive support for evidence-based policy development and better regulation to move towards the 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 attended a National Seminar under the Erasmus+ CBHE project LEBPASS on March 9, 2021. Under the patronage of the Directorate General of Higher Education, the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK) organised the LEBPASS National Seminar in presence of Fr. Talal Hachem, the president of the USEK; Mr. Fadi Yarak, Acting Director General of Higher Education; Ms. Orla Colclough from the Read more+


The National Erasmus+ Office in Lebanon organised a training session on January 22 targeting all Lebanese higher education institutions involved in the eleven Capacity Building projects selected in 2019 and 2020. The aim of this training was to provide the participants with tips and advices on how to successfully implement their projects whether they are coordinators or partners. During the 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+