BRUSSELS - Karina Ufert unveils key elements of the new Erasmus+ programme. There will be top-ups for students from disadvantaged backgrounds. “Hopefully this will stimulate countries to come up with a clear definition and data about these groups.”
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The European Students Union (ESU) would like to express our sincerest read more
Sun 24 Jul 2016
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The National Alliance of Student Organizations in Romania (ANOSR) expresses dissatisfaction about not including any meas (read more)
Mon 18 Jul 2016
Join the study session for student representatives in Europe on human rights, democracy, peace-building, global student (read more)
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The European Students' Union (ESU) is an umbrella organisation of 44 National Unions of Students (NUS) from 38 countries.
This handbook has been written by the European Student’s Union’s Ethnic Minorities Working Group (EMWG) based on the work
it conducted from its estab (read more)
ESU represents and advocates the educational, social, economical and cultural interests of students at the European level: European Union, Council of Europe, UNESCO and the Bologna Follow Up Group.
For 2016, ESU is receiving financial support from the European Commission through Erasmus+ Programme: KA3, Support for Policy Reform- Civil society cooperation in the field of education and training.
ESU is also known as "ESIB – The National Unions of Students in Europe". ESU’s name and image is legally being used by ESIB asbl, BE-0890.019.936, Rue de l’Industrie 10, 1000 Brussels (Belgium).