LAZY – The European Students’ Union (ESU) backs the massive protests in cities all across Israel which took place on Saturday night, 3 September. Allan Päll, ESU Chairperson, said: “The Israeli government should listen to its people. It is clear that they are strongly affected by the ongoing budget cuts. Too many times, funding for the weakest in society, including students, has seen a decrease.”
Here you can find details of the most recent past projects that ESU has completed. Click on the project title to go directly to the project's part of the archive page.
Enhancing the Student Contribution to Bologna ran from October 2008 to September 2010, the project aimed at increased student participation in education reform.
The project 'equity through e-learning' aims to train student representatives to help implement policies in order to increase equity and efficiency in their own higher education institutions
The Campaign is part of the official 2007-09 working program of the Bologna Follow-Up Group and has received funding from the European Commission.
Assess the impact of the reforms on students through a European wide survey – “Lisbon with Student Eyes”
"Time for a New Paradigm in Education: Student Centered Learning" (abbreviated T4SCL) ran from December 2009 to November 2010
Designed to create greater transparency and comparability between different education systems, and thus facilitate student and worker mobility across the EU.