Participation of the MIND project at the Joint Conference EU – Central Asia


The MIND project was invited to participate at the “Joint Conference EU – Central Asia: Erasmus Mundus Partnerships impact on Central Asia” held in Almaty, Kazakhstan on 15-16 May, 2017.

The main objective of this conference was to share best practices, evaluate results, get to know success stories and talk about important subjects regarding the ERASMUS MUNDUS program such as credits recognition in the Central Asian Republics. More than 100 participants from CA and EU universities as well as representative from the European Commission attended this great meeting.

The coordinator of the MIND project (Erasmus+ CBHE), Sara Rebollo Ramírez, had the opportunity to present the MIND project as an example of sustainability of the Erasmus Mundus projects under the session: “The Process of Internationalization: Regional Cooperation and European Cooperation – Central Asia”.


Author: ULPGC

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