30 stories for 30 years of Erasmus+
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"Erasmus+ will open your eyes to the difference between ‘internationalism’ as a political buzzword, and the experience of having meaningful social connections with international colleagues."
Dina made new connections and gained insight into the student experience at Humboldt University in Berlin.
"Erasmus+ provided me with new ideas for developing my own work".
Fang learnt about different approaches to supporting international students at university in Stockholm.
"Erasmus+ was a fantastic opportunity to share best practice with colleagues in the higher education sector from a range of countries."
Fiona spent time building links with colleagues at Freie Universität Berlin in the aftermath of the Brexit referendum.
"If anyone is thinking of taking part in Erasmus+, don’t just think about it - do it."
Robertus has visited Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest several times on academic exchanges through Erasmus+.
"I would tell any member of staff considering Erasmus+ to just go for it and apply."
Paul has visited Thessaloniki several times to help set up the teaching mobility exchange over there.
"As a non-academic staff member, I hadn't realised that Erasmus+ was open to me".
Tracy visited the HR and Communications departments at the University of Amsterdam.
"My Erasmus+ visits have led to some exciting opportunities."
Sue has visited almost all the School of English’s Erasmus+ partner institutions to teach and give research papers.