The Erasmus Programme stands for student and staff mobility, academic cooperation, cultural exchange and research. It opens the way to gaining fresher and wider perspectives on sustainable development, learning new languages, showing solidarity, getting a clearer idea of European citizenship while being open to new ideas and to a world of employment opportunities.TU Graz being part of the great Erasmus+ community participated in the 30th anniversary of the programme in the second week of May by organizing a special event! The Office of International Relations and Mobility Programmes called on students, teaching and service staff associated with Erasmus+ over the last years to wear the Erasmus T-Shirt with the university logo and to take pictures or have the pictures taken. More than 80 photos have been posted since last week on the Facebook page of the office, which can be found also under the following link: ERASMUS+ 30 YEARS
Within the framework of the internationalization strategy of Graz University of Technology it has been proven once again how anchored and well implemented the Erasmus+ programme is.
By Maria Baltzi