Young European Ambassadors in Belarus hit the road to Polotsk State University in Novopolotsk to discuss Erasmus+ opportunities available to young people in Belarus, joined by a representative of the Erasmus+ office.
Around 40 students of different ages and teachers gathered to hear about the experience of participating in Erasmus mundus training and exchange programs. They also discussed opportunities such as volunteering camps, opportunities for exchange and how to get all the information they need.
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