The Erasmus+ National Office organized a national Erasmus+ information seminar for academic staff on Wednesday, November 27th, 2019, which is included in the annual information campaign regarding the opportunities of the Erasmus+ Program. UTM representatives also participated in the information session.

The event brought together about 120 participants, representatives of higher education institutions from all over the country. The UTM team was represented by Larisa Bugaian, Petru Todos, Stela Balan, Cristina Popovici, Alina Ostapov, Angela Scripcenco, Corina Guțu-Chetrușcă, Olga Sugac, Cornelia Crucerescu and Carolina Timco.

During the event, news about the Erasmus+ Project Call, 2020 edition, were presented and workshops dedicated to the submission of applications for International Credit Mobility and Jean Monnet projects were organized. In the workshop of Jean Monnet, Cornelia Crucerescu, the winner in one of the categories of the Jean Monnet program, namely Module, presented her experience of submitting the project, the challenges, the factors of success and the action plan to carry out the project. Among the critical moments mentioned by Cornelia Crucerescu were: information, knowledge of the subject and structure of the team.

We reiterate that UTM is the winner of 3 Erasmus+ projects, the 2019 edition: as coordinator – the project MOLDOVA HIGHER EDUCATION LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT, with a budget of 844,453.00 euros, as a partner – the project “SETTING PEER REVIEW INSTRUMENTS AND GOALS FOR MEDICAL (HEALTH) EDUCATION” with a budget of 957,306.00 euros and the project “BUSINESS DRIVEN PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN GEOINFORMATICS” with a budget of 989,055.00 euros.

Photo source: Erasmus+ Moldova Office

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