IBSS and EEAP
• recognizing the necessity for closer networking between students, universities and NGOs on the issue of integration in education and youth mobility, balance in collaboration between EU and non-EU member states
• promoting the idea of intercultural education, networking and collaborative learning
• supporting new business ideas, political initiatives, research in the area of New Global Information Society and its impacts, civil society and student initiative and entrepreneurship
have come together in a joint project where EEAP provides theoretical background for the above mentioned areas while IBSS supplies practical experience where participates can learn more about business, politics and culture.
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Education is the most potent answer to bring about a tolerant and respectful society. Europe's future relies on citizens who will respect human rights and banish prejudice, hatred and racism. It is imperative to enable the continent's youth to experience Europe in all its beauty and diversity.
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It is an information project about study opportunities abroad and international youth programs which was launched in October 2006.
Information in UNISTUDY is aimed to increase academic mobility of Ukrainian students in the international education area. Long-term (scholarships, fellowships, internships, grants, volunteer opportunities, Erasmus Mundus university exchanges) and short-term (conferences, seminars, training courses, workshops, summer schools, Youth in Action projects etc.) programs can be found here. UNISTUDY is also a platform for experience exchange between students and feedback from participants of different programs is shared at the site. There are also other useful materials about study abroad.
Main criteria of publishing information at UNISTUDY are: eligibility of Ukrainian students (or students from CEE region, as well as students worldwide) to take part in a program; costs of the program are fully or partially covered by organizers or other funds.
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Universities from different European countries intend to create a new dimension of collaboration, which will clearly exceed the current degree of international cooperation among universities, with respect to both intensity and quality.
One premise of this project is, that the individual universities maintain their particular identities. Collaborating with each other should make existing diversities and specific characteristics of individual institutions fruitful. First and foremost, cooperation in the sense of Campus Europae means to utilize cultural differences among the universities as valuable assets. It is a question of intelligent interface management between independent universities - not the establishment of uniform European university standards.
In the long term, this planned new form of cooperation hopes to render obsolete innumerable present-day bilateral agreements by incorporating them into large-scale agreements. It will be characterized by more intensive attention to student needs, and it will, above all through the nature and scope of the new cooperation, internationalize the participating universities in general.
ESTIEM is the organisation for European Students of Industrial Engineering and Management, who combine technological understanding with management skills. Our goal is to establish and foster relations between students across Europe and to support them in their personal and professional development. Our network consists of 66 Local Groups in 25 countries, reaching out to 50 000 students.
Established in 2002, ACGRC works as both a think-tank and an advocacy group, aiming at promotion of democratic values, strengthening of civil society and the rule of law in Armenia, development of free market economy, regional integration and peaceful resolution of regional conflicts. Our research interests include study of globalisation issues, study of global processes and their influence on regional cooperation, protection of human rights within the globalisation processes. ACGRC has been one of the active supporters of the process of normalisation of relations with Turkey. ACGRC won the “Black Sea NGO Award for Excellency in promoting regional cooperation in the Black Sea region.
SCALEWIRELESS was established in 2008 by Georg-Wolter Freiherr von Stackelberg, keen to use his long term IT knowledge and experience in leading German telecommunication enterprises for introducing innovative solutions and reliable products to Estonian and Baltic market. SCALEWIRELESS is a B2B orientated company. With the extensive marketing, technical and sales support to the partners our reseller network is growing fast in all Baltic countries. We develop wide range of IT solutions like digital home and video surveillance or wide area WLAN and fiber optical networks. SCALEWIRELESS is the official distributor of Synology, AVM and LANCOM Systems products in Estonia and other Baltic countries.
TMUN 2012 is a simulation of the UN Security Council. We will take on 15 delegates to debate and discuss 2 crises from the 4th until the 6th of May. The applications are already open and close on the 23rd of April, so head over to our blog – tallinnmun.blogspot.com – to find out how to apply and for much more information on the event itself.
We will host an opening ceremony on the 4th of May in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where multiple speakers (from Embassies, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and more!) are scheduled to present on different topics related to the UN. Everyone is welcome to come and take part in this ceremony! Previous registration is required, information on how to do that will be up on our blog very soon, so do check it out!
STUDY IN ESTONIA is a cooperation platform of institutions of higher education in Estonia to create visibility of Estonia as an attractive study desitnation and promote the possibilities for studying for international students.
UNICA is a network of 43 universities from the capital cities of Europe, with a combined strength of over 150,000 staff and 1,800,000 students. Its role is to promote academic excellence, integration and co-operation between member universities throughout Europe. It seeks also to be a driving force in the development of the Bologna process and to facilitate the integration of universities from Central and Eastern Europe into the European Higher Education Area.