Erasmus+ in Rome!
In the first week of September I took part in staff mobility within Erasmus+ Programme. During my mobility I visited Sapienza university in Rome. Sapienza is one of the biggest universities in Europe with few centuries of history and many significant graduates.
During my stay in Rome I visited International Office of the Faculty of Economics. We had multiple discussions with the office manager about problems and challenges connected with recruitment and services for foreign students. I also had a chance to observe everyday work of the office, including sending and receiving students for Erasmus+ Programme. We also spent plenty of time discussing possibilities of tightening the cooperation between our two universities.
Studying in Rome means not only high quality of education in of the oldest universities in Europe. It is also a chance to discover the city which is a cradle of the Western European civilization.
Natalia Kasper, International Office