Nordplus contact seminar in Copenhagen November 2016
Copenhagen / Denmark |
Author: Jonas Toft Ludvigsen
The Nordplus programmes are hosting a common contact seminar on Sunday 20th – Tuesday 22nd November 2016.
At the contact seminar future applicants will have the opportunity to find partner institutions from the other Nordic and Baltic countries for future projects and applications.
The seminar seeks to stimulate initiatives within three themes: integration of refugees and immigrants, Nordic languages and teacher education. However the seminar also welcomes other ideas and topics found relevant by the individual institutions.
The deadline for applications was 5th October and applicants selected for participation will be notified by 21st October.To find more information about the seminar please visit the seminar’s website here: http://contactseminar.dk
Nordplus is the Nordic Council of Ministers’ largest education programme for lifelong learning. The programme funds mobility, projects and network activities and is open to institutions, organisations and others whose main purpose is education and lifelong learning or who work within this area.
Nordplus covers the five Nordic countries, including the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland, as well as Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
It is free to participate and grants will be given to cover travel costs. The deadline for applications was 5th October and applicants selected for participation will be notified by 21st October.
For further information about the seminar, presentation of themes and the seminar programme please go to the seminar’s website http://contactseminar.dk/