On January 31, due to the approaching deadlines and new changes to the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree program, YEAs held an online info session via Instagram stories to guide young people and to increase the number of applicants from EaP countries. For more detailed information and questions, links from the official website, social media accounts of national Erasmsus+ office, host organisation and experienced bloggers in Azerbaijan were added to the Instagram takeover. The objectives of the activity were to provide information about EMJMD programs and scholarship, to inform about one of the EU funded opportunity, to inform people about the new changes to the program before the deadlines, to explain the difference between Erasmus+ and Erasmus Mundus program. The activity reached more than 3,619 people and 60 people that had no information about the program according to the Instagram poll are now aware of the important details of it.
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