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ESN. Erasmus Student Network. What is ESN?. We are approximately 12.000 members in about 300 local sections ESN is present in 32 countries of Europe ESN members work on a volunteer base Aims: offering services to exchange students developing and supporting student exchange.

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Esn

ESN

Erasmus Student Network


What is esn

What is ESN?

  • We are approximately 12.000 members in about 300 local sections

  • ESN is present in 32 countries of Europe

  • ESN members work on a volunteer base

  • Aims:

    • offering services to exchange students

    • developing and supporting student exchange

home page: http://esn.org e-mail: [email protected]


Who are we for

Who are we for?

  • Homecoming studentsreintegration with home country after returning from exchange period

  • International studentsintegration in the local community, cultural and social events, trips, parties, buddy/mentor system, language projects

  • Future international studentsmotivation to international experience, insight to different cultures, etc.

home page: http://esn.org e-mail: [email protected]


How esn works

How ESN works?

  • ESN is operating at threestructural levels:

    • Local Structures(example: section ESN Maribor)

    • National Structure(example: all sections from ESN Slovenia)

    • International Structure(example: Annual General Meeting – all the sections together, International Board and Council of National Representatives)

home page: http://esn.org e-mail: [email protected]


International level

International level

  • Annual General Meeting

  • Council of National Representatives (CNR)

  • International Board (IB)

  • Board supporters:

    • ESN Secretary

    • EVS Volunteer

    • Committees

    • Liaison Offices to European Youth Forum and Council of Europe

    • ESNSurvey team

home page: http://esn.org e-mail: [email protected]


Examples of esn projects

Examples of ESN Projects

  • Give20

  • ESNSurvey

  • PRIME (Problem of Recognition In Making Erasmus)

  • ExchangeAbility

home page: http://esn.org e-mail: [email protected]


Give20

Give20

  • Fundraising campaign on behalf of UNICEF

  • ESN local sections and members, together with the international students, raising funds through:

    • Regular and special activities

    • National and international events

  • Money will be donated through UNICEF to Bhutan to:

    • Improve the situation of local children

    • Facilitate their access to education

    • Build schools and provide school equipment

  • For more information, visit www.give20.eu

home page: http://esn.org e-mail: [email protected]


Esnsurvey

ESNSurvey

  • Annual survey exploring current issues connected to academic and non-academic mobility

  • Examples of topics:

    • 2007: Generation Mobility

    • 2008: Exchanging Cultures

    • 2009: Information for Exchange

  • Average number of the responses per year: 8.000

  • Why to join:

    • Get feedback from your students about your work and their view on the exchange period

    • Present the results to your university to show your work

    • Get a free booklet with final results

home page: http://esn.org e-mail: [email protected]


Prime

PRIME

  • An in-depth qualitative research among about 100 European universities to:

    • Describe the current situation in the field of recognition and identify the obstacles

    • Point out the true causes of the problems in the recognition of studies of exchange students

    • Collect best examples and worst practices

    • Provide recommendations and suggestions for improvements

  • For more information, contact:

    • [email protected] or [email protected]

home page: http://esn.org e-mail: [email protected]


Exchangeability

ExchangeAbility

  • ESN project in collaboration with the European Disability Forum (EDF)

  • Aim of the project is to increase the mobility of disabled students

  • Involve a local disabled student in the activities of your section with the support from ESN International, European Disability Forum and your home university

home page: http://esn.org e-mail: [email protected]


Contacts

Contacts

  • International [email protected]

  • Council of National [email protected]

  • National Representative[name_of_country]@esn.org

  • Section[e-mail of your local section]

home page: http://esn.org e-mail: [email protected]


Thank you for attention

THANK YOU FORATTENTION


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