The first webinar on EU fund opportunities was hosted online by the Skillman Alliance on May 13th, 2020. It covered topics related to capacity building projects in higher education and it involved a top-notch crowd of experts in the sector with wide geographical coverage, including European, African and Asian countries.
The agenda of the webinar included:
- The overview of the Skillman network and its cooperation activities and events
- Erasmus+ opportunities for EU and non-EU countries
- Eligibility requirements and other clarifications about the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency’s standards on CBHE projects
- The introduction of a joint work platform where all participants will brainstorm and contribute to the design of new CBHE project proposals
The webinar is only the first of a series of 18 online events that the Skillman Alliance will host with the purpose of establishing solid partnerships for future European projects.
Each webinar covers different project contents, the ones that are confirmed so far are the following:
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