erasmus mundus may17Within the frames of information about the Erasmus + EU programs for education, training, youth and sport for 2014-2020, the University of Piraeus Department of undergraduates of International and European Studies had the opportunity to learn about the Erasmus Mundus, a European cooperation and mobility program aimed at improving the quality of European higher education and to promote dialogue and understanding between peoples and cultures through cooperation with third countries.

In particular, students were able to learn about the fields and selection criteria, the participation benefits and the objectives of the Erasmus Mundus joint postgraduate courses as well as the scholarships granted to students and what they cover.
The workshop and information was provided by the Jean Monnet Chair on European Policies for Education, Training, Research and Innovation, in collaboration with postgraduate students and Erasmus Mundus ambassadors in Greece, Konstantinos Maragkos and Artemis Mazzotti.