Creating opportunies for Tunisia across Europe
The Erasmus+ Office in Tunisia will start the new training / coaching campaign in order to prepare for the next and final call for Erasmus+ 2020 projects. To this end, two new statuses will be created: Tunisia Erasmus+ Senior Ambassadors and Tunisia Erasmus+ Junior Ambassadors.
Senior Ambassadors are members of the academic or administrative staff of universities who wish to learn more about the mechanisms of the Erasmus+ programme. They will develop the necessary skills for setting up and managing the different types of Erasmus+ projects. They will thus become reference persons for the Erasmus+ programme in their academic institutions.
Junior Ambassadors are students at universities who wish to learn more about the opportunities offered by the Erasmus+ programme. They will develop the necessary skills to participate in the various calls for applications for Erasmus+ students. They will thus become student reference persons for the Erasmus+ programme in their academic institutions. The Erasmus+ Office in Tunisia will in the future offer its trainings/coaches as a priority for its Ambassadors.
Following the agreement between the Tunisia Erasmus+ Office and IEEE Tunisia Section, undergraduate and graduate students can receive FREE Technical English certificates from IEEE and Cambridge university in the following competencies,
1. Speaking in technical English
2. Listening and comprehension
3. Technical writing
4. Reading and understanding technical publications
To receive this benefit, undergraduate and graduate students should join IEEE via ieee.tn and follow the FREE online technical English by 31 March 2019. They must sign in with their IEEE Account in order to access the courses.
For detailed instructions on accessing the course and obtaining credit for completion the students can refer to the IEEE English for Engineering tip sheet.