Seminar, 26 October 2017
In day-to-day foreign relations – but especially in times of crisis and conflict or when political tensions arise - we need a space that allows for continuous communication and exchange. The seminar will look at the German and European approach for integrating science, education and culture in external policy (and highlight the role of university cooperation in building bridges between countries and people).
European Networking Conference, 22/23 May 2017
The promotion of European values, such as intercultural understanding and exchange, diversity and civic engagement was discussed among 100 participants at a DAAD-led event at the Representation of North-Rhine Westphalia (NRW) in Brussels.
Event on the 8 and 9 May 2017
The DAAD Brussels Office welcomed the Humboldt University of Berlin on the ocassion of the ERASMUS anniversary. During their stay the delegation of 23 employees of International Offices, faculties, researchers and administration staff became familiar with the political scope of ERASMUS+ and the institutional structure in Brussels.
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Lunch talk - 5 April 2017
How to best promote international experience and career prospects for young researchers? We cordially invite you to a discussion with experts from the European Commission and national stakeholders.
DAAD Brown Bag Briefing – 21 March 2017
The National Agencies Erasmus+, active in Education and Training, have developed a set of recommendations, based on past experiences, for the future programme generation Erasmus+. These recommendations were discussed with a group of staff from the European Parliament and the Permanent Representations of EU-Member States in a lunch-event at DAAD Brussels.
Lunch talk - 31 January 2017
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the European Commission with support of the Permanent Representation of the Federal Republic of Germany to the European Union invite you to discuss opportunities for Syrian refugees to access Higher Education in Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq and Turkey.