Erasmus Salon 5 — Is Bologna alive for all study programmes?

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Erasmus Salon 5 — Is Bologna alive for all study programmes?

On the 29th of May, the EUF organised the 5th Erasmus Salon, named "Is Bologna alive for all study programmes?", where we discussed regulated studies (such as Medicine, Pharmacy, or Law) and access to mobility. Around 25 participants attended the debate, and we had to pleasure to host two speakers: Dorothea Dalig, Vice-President of European Affairs from the European Pharmaceutical Student's Association, and Debby Mangelings, exchange coordinator in the field of pharmacy at Vrije Universities Brussel, who shared their points of view on access to mobility for students from regulated studies, both agreeing on the fact that the process of mobility still remains unequal in Europe.

Although students are eager to engage in an international mobility during their studies, they face too many challenges due to field-specific obstacles. The audience actively participated in the debate, firstly by sharing the issues that students face (such as language barriers, matching courses or courses recognition, financial compensation, etc.) and secondly by proposing solutions (common curricula or more courses in English). After a short break during summer, the Erasmus Salons will return in autumn!

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