The European Union has launched a call for repressed teachers, as well as young specialists and professionals in other professional fields, both in Belarus or forced emigration, planning to take an online course or qualification/international exam in a profession or English/other European language.
The programme provides the opportunity for one person to take one course and/or one examination for a total cost not exceeding €1,200. The online course must not start before 1 June 2022.
The organisers may offer an equivalent of the course/exam chosen by the applicant or the applicant in case of impossibility to pay for them due to technical or political reasons.
The deadline for applications is 24 March.
The competition is organised under the ‘EU4Belarus – SALT’ (Support for Advanced Learning and Training) programme, within the special ‘EU4Belarus: Solidarity with the people of Belarus’ package aimed at strengthening Belarusian civil society as well as to provide opportunities for sustainable economic development in the future.
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