About Erasmus+


Erasmus+ is a European Union programme which is designed to support, promote and nurture the young generations and faculties in Higher Education. The program is aimed at providing support to the various stakeholders in higher education amongst individuals, countries and universities across the world. To further this purpose the project provides funding, financial aid and sponsorships to take part in various mobility programs, innovative projects and research-oriented programs. The main agenda behind this programme is to promote sustainable development amongst its partners. This objective has been made possible through its efforts which have been dedicated towards equipping the essential skill sets required to navigate the labour market, reducing unemployment, especially among the young generations, supporting innovation and encouraging novelty.
Erasmus+ at Parul University

Erasmus+ at Parul University


The students of Parul University have been beneficiaries to the Erasmus+ programme through various initiatives which have been creating an ideal global learning ecosystem for the students and faculties of Parul University. Through our partner Universities across the world, our academic stakeholders have been enhancing their practical skillsets and broadening their global perspectives through these enriching mobility programs. These exchange programmes have been facilitating fully funded programs in notable Universities across Europe.

Aims


Reducing unemployment, especially among young people

Promoting adult learning, especially for new skills and skills required by the labour market

Encouraging young people to take part in European democracy

Supporting innovation, cooperation and reform

Reducing early school leaving

Promoting cooperation and mobility with the EU's partner countries

Benefits of Taking Part In Erasmus+ Programs


Fully Funded Exchange Opportunities

Exposure to European Teaching and Learning Methodologies

Platforms For Innovation and Development

Effective Skilling in Higher Education

Erasmus+ Programs


Businge Possible Emmanuel, a student from Civil Engineering

Businge Possible Emmanuel, a student from Civil Engineering 6th Semester at Faculty of Engineering, Parul University is at University of Applied Sciences, Hochschule, Mainz, Germany, under the Year Exchange Program for the duration 1st March 2019 to 29th February 2020.
He will be studying the following subjects at University of Applied Sciences, Hochschule, Mainz, Germany.

1. Research methods
2. Construction Project Management
3. Applied Superstructure Engineering
4. Applied Infrastructure Engineering
5. Applied Substructure Engineering
6. Bachelorarbeit
7. Integrated Design Project (Including Natural Hazards Management)

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