I´m sure you all have loads and loads of pictures taken in summer universities or during different
exchange programs, you´ve taken part of and...now it´s time to share your experience with fellow students!
Check your computers, pick up the nicest ones and...Join AEGEE photo-competition!Education Action
week is organized in 20 European cities, from as westwards as Belgium
and Spain to as eastwards as Russia and Azerbaijan between October 21
and 27. Various formats cover multiple topics which have been chosen
to satisfy existing information hunger: mobility programs, Bologna
Process, life-long-learning, etc. etc – all these terms will get
sense after the Education Action Week. Also here in Tallinn!
year has begun. New challenges are ahead, and many of European
students will not only get deep into their subjects, but also take an
insight in how to make their education more successful, useful and
interesting on Education Action week in October.Here in Tallinn they will organize a
photo exhibition about non-formal education, different ways and the
importance of it. Students, that have taken part of summer
universities or different exchange programs, will share their
experiences and through their photos bring to you unforgettable
memories, funny moments and pleasant activities.The exhibition will be held in
Tallinn University (Narva mnt 27). Come and see it and the joyful
moments of non-informal education
events. Look for signs and posters!
So what else is there on the list?
Students will participate in essay competition and enjoy a movie
night in Valletta, get into non-formal education in Tartu, attend
lectures and workshops in Moscow, Leuven, Strasbourg, Vilnius, Baku
and Messina, discuss and learn about Bologna Process in
Ivano-Frankivsk, Warsaw, Athens, Stuttgart, Szombathely and Ganja,
party and talk to Erasmus students in Torun, fill in a questionnaire
about education in Alicante, get insights about stundent NGOs and
life-long learning in Samara, explore learning opportunities in
Tuebingen, organize a photo exhibition in Ljubljana. We wish you
could be there: through the paper it’s absolutely impossible to
give a full impression about all the fun and useful content which
students will get on AEGEE Education Action Week.
About the organizer: AEGEE is one of
Europe’s largest interdisciplinary and voluntary student
organizations, operating without being linked to any political party,
promoting cross-border cooperation, communication and integration in
the academic environment. It strives for creation of an open and
tolerant society. Higher education is amongst our main fields of
EAW support: Kadri Kalle
email@example.comProject manager: Asia Piskunowicz
Responsible for External Relations:
Anna Shirokova firstname.lastname@example.orgAnd, obviously, get ready: cafebabel.com will be there too!