Erasmus went Digital in Barcelona

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Erasmus went Digital in Barcelona

Last week the third conference from the cycle Erasmus Going Digital gathered more than 130 participants in Barcelona to illustrate the latest developments in the digitisation of student mobility and facilitate discussions on the next steps.

The University of Barcelona draws thousands of Erasmus students every year and is one of the champions for the development of the programme. On the 18th of October 2018, it opened its doors to showcase the future of student mobility in Europe and we warmly thank our colleagues at the University of Barcelona and at the Associació Catalana d'Universitats Públiques (ACUP) for hosting the conference and workshops.

This Erasmus Going Digital event presented the key developments and impact of initiatives such as the Erasmus Without Paper, the European Student Card, the Erasmus+ App and the Online Learning Agreement. Universities from all over Europe also received an exclusive preview of the new Erasmus Virtual Assistant, Inter-Institutional Agreement Manager and the Online Learning Agreement for Traineeships which will be made available for the users in the upcoming weeks. Sessions also included in-depth introductions to the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) by Rehana Schwinninger-Ladak (DG Connect) and Jean-Paul Roumegas (CNOUS) regarding the European Student Card.

The next conference  and the launch of the Erasmus without Paper (EWP) network will take place already on 12th and 13th of December and will be hosted by the Ghent University. More information and registrations here.

Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at dashboard@uni-foundation.eu