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Inclusion has been an important aspect that the Erasmus+ programme advocated for over the past years, albeit it was not formally articulated by the programme as a universal priority across all its actions. This is not the case anymore for the new generation of Erasmus+ starting 2022.  Due to its highly perceived significance, the EU commission has now classified inclusion as one of the Read more+


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+


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+


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+


We are pleased to inform you that the 2020 Erasmus+ Call for Proposals has been launched by the Directorate General for Education and Culture (EAC) of the EU Commission. As this will be the final call in the current phase of the programme, there are no major changes to the four principal components of its international dimension: - Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMDs) : deadline 13 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 European Commission has launched the 2023 Call for Proposals under the Erasmus+ programme. With an annual budget of €4.2 billion, Erasmus+ is increasing its support for inclusion, active citizenship and democratic participation, and green and digital transformations in the EU and internationally. It provides opportunities for institutions, organisations and individuals. The programme Read more+


A- NEO attended the kick-off meeting of the CBHE project DeCAIR that was held virtually on January 19, 2021 in presence of all partners. A total of 31 participants were present in the meeting. The project aims at developing curricula in the area of Artificial Intelligence and robotics through new master’s and bachelor programmes. These programmes will give students opportunities to specialise in 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+