Nune Harutyunyan

My life in a day: How the EU is making it better

10 May 2017
It is a typical day for me. I’ve finished my classes at university, and I am heading out to work. I always take the metro so as not to be caught in the typical traffic of the centre of Yerevan. As I enter the metro, the bright and colourful pictures of Yerevan, with green paint all around,…
#EUaroundU – Tell your story contest

Stronger and together with the EU

10 May 2017
Hi! My name is Sara. I am 20 years old and currently studying at the Azerbaijan Tourism and Management University. Since my earlier student years, I have been involved in volunteering activities at international events such the 8th UNESCO Forum, the “Eurovillage 2014”event hosted by the EU…
#EUaroundU – Tell your story contest

Dreams that become goals

10 May 2017
Once I was asked: “Do you have a best day of your life which you would like to repeat?” It is a tough question for me, as I do not have such a day. I have 365 amazing days, a whole year, which I would like to repeat.
Iuliana Golub

My personal watershed moment

10 May 2017
You can only have a few watersheds over the course of your life. These pivotal moments are different for everyone, but they can turn around your life completely. For me, this watershed was represented by my first Erasmus+ experience, which made me fall in love with cultural diversity and opened up…
Giorgi Kakhniashvili

The EU and I

10 May 2017
Since I was a child, I have always considered the EU to be a strong union of developed countries, but I felt like the EU was far from us in Georgia. I lived in the northern part of Georgia, in a region called "South Ossetia". In 2008 I became an IDP (Internally Displaced Person) because of the "…
‘Opening the world’: how Erasmus+ can change your life

‘Opening the world’: how Erasmus+ can change your life

25 April 2017
Young Belarusians have many opportunities to study abroad, thanks to the EU's educational programmes. Participants explain how they work, what their impressions are, and share tips on making the most of the opportunities that are available.
Erasmus+ - Study abroad opportunities for Armenians

Erasmus+: Study abroad – work for Armenia

24 April 2017
The European Union attaches great importance to youth programmes, both within the EU and in the European Neighbourhood. The diversity of available youth, educational and exchange programmes proves that the EU sets its hopes for the future on educated, cultured and respectful young people.  
“Once Erasmus, always Erasmus”: how education brings Georgia closer to the European Union

“Once Erasmus, always Erasmus”: how education brings Georgia closer to the European Union

03 April 2017
“Studying in Denmark was a life-changing experience: it made me want to become a school teacher back home, where I am determined to implement modern teaching and learning methods” says Tinatin Nakashidze, a 22-year-old Georgian student, who studied at University College UCC in Copenhagen for one…
European opportunities: how the EU supports youth and education in Moldova (II)

European opportunities: how the EU supports youth and education in Moldova (II)

29 March 2017
The European Union has been increasingly present in the life of young Moldovans through a variety of opportunities offered to school and university students but also to young professionals. We are presenting below some of the most important opportunities supported by the European Union for you to…
Youth education is the key to the future: EU provides new opportunities for Azerbaijan

Youth education is the key to the future: EU provides new opportunities for Azerbaijan

27 March 2017
Education still plays a key role in personal development and determines our prospects in life. European universities have become a reference point for quality education throughout the world, and the development of education is an integral part of the EU's cooperation with its partner countries.