On February 3, the Center for the Promotion of Educational Services of BSUIR, together with the National Office of the Erasmus + Program in the Republic of Belarus, organized an information day for teachers and university staff.
The participants discussed the main tools of the program, the peculiarities of their implementation in partner countries such as Belarus, and touched upon the prospects for the development of Erasmus +.
Oksana Minich, Erasmus + Coordinator in the Republic of Belarus, noted that this program opens up good opportunities for youth, public organizations, and universities.
The administrator of the Erasmus + National Office, Alexander Rytov, spoke in detail about one of the main tools of the program, which provides international credit mobility for students and employees.
Irina Labkova, another representative of the National Office, in her presentation touched upon the Erasmus Mundus program, which provides for the academic mobility of master students