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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+


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+


The study focuses on outgoing student mobility from three groups of Partner Countries- the Eastern Partnership, the South-Mediterranean, and the Western Balkans, and it analyses the extent to which the inclusion of the disadvantaged students in ICM is addressed by the Partner Countries and by the project partnerships. In addition to the findings presented, the study proposes a series of measures Read more+


We, the National Erasmus+ Office in Lebanon and the Erasmus+ team of Higher Education Reform Experts, express our full sympathy with those infected people who have been suffering from the COVID-19 Coronavirus disease. We also express our solidarity with all those who are in the front line in the fight against this pandemic directly across the different health services and indirectly by coping 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+


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 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+