Why an Erasmus+ Promoters Network?

We want to convince as many students from universities across the country to go on a study or work mobility in another country through the Erasmus+ Programme. In the same time, we want the high school students to find out early that the dream of studying abroad it is also possible through Erasmus+, if they choose to attend a study programme at a university in Romania. And who are the best to encourage students and pupils if not exactly the former participants in Erasmus+ student mobilities?
The Erasmus+ Promoters project has reached its fifth edition and continues in 2018 with a new team of volunteers who will continue to promote Erasmus+ student mobilities in universities and high schools across the country. This project is carried out by the Erasmus Student Network Association (ESN) Romania with the support of ANPCDEFP.

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The promoters intend to promote the Erasmus+ mobilities of study and work, the dissemination of information regarding the benefits and opportunities offered by this type of mobilities, as well as the deployment and access to them, to the students and pupils in Romania. To achieve this, the promoters will work with the Erasmus+ Offices from the universities and with the school inspectors to organize and support the Erasmus+ information sessions.
The activities in this project imply the promotion of the Erasmus+ Programme within higher education, emphasizing the opportunities and benefits that the mobilities of study and work offer to the students. In the presentations they will provide, the promoters will give their own example from the previous experience of mobility and will highlight the support that ESN offers before, during and after the completion of the Erasmus+ experiences.

Who Are the Promoters?

There are 17 ESN volunteers from Romania, former participants in the Erasmus+ study or work mobilities, who in the coming months will dedicate their time to go to universities and high schools to provide more information about the programme to current or future students. Thus, they will provide presentations or promoting actions throughout this year. The promoters' training is carried out annually in the framework of a training organized in Bucharest at the ANPCDEFP headquarters. The promoters are trained on topics such as the Erasmus+ Programme and student mobilities, public speaking, communication, promotion, etc.
The promoters originate from 8 university centres in the country where ESN Romania is currently active: Bacău, Brașov, Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Craiova, Constanța, Sibiu and Timișoara. They will provide presentations at universities from these cities and beyond. Each group of promoters is assigned one or more university centres from the rest of the country and, depending on the requirements, they will be able to move to other cities, in order to participate in the Erasmus+ information sessions on mobilities.
For more information about the project, you can visit the web pages (www.esn.ro) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/ESN.Romania), or contact the National Coordinator of the project at the e-mail address: PromotoriErasmus@esn.ro

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