News

6 March 2014

On March 6, 2014 NTO Belarus held a seminar on the Erasmus+ program at the Central Information and Analytical Center of the Ministry of Education of Belarus.

NTO Coordinator Nikolai Listopad opened the seminar with a presentation "Erasmus+ (2014-2020) — a new program of the European Commission». The following two presentations were devoted to Erasmus+ instruments open for participation of Belarusian individuals and organizations. Thus, Joint Master Degrees were presented by Katsiaryna Miniukovich, NTO administrator. Alexey Khomich from Brest State University told about Jean Monet grants.

All presentations aroused great interest of participants, they asked many questions. The seminar was attended by about 70 representatives from more than 30 universities and other organizations (Academy of Postgraduate Education, Minsk City Institute of Education Development, National Institute for Higher Education, National Institute of Vocational Education).

Seminar participants received a Newsletter prepared by NTO in cooperation with National HEREs. Newsletter materials were devoted to outcomes and outputs of TEMPUS projects in Belarus, a new Erasmus+ program, an experience of Belarusian HEIs participation in joint educational programs.