The project was co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
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We are happy to announce that the „Diverse Europe – meeting of cultures” project of Ludwig-Erhard-Schule Pforzheim and Teleki Blanka Secondary Grammar School for Economics, Budapest, Hungary has been funded by Erasmus+ Programme (2018-1-HU01-KA229-047789_1).
The two schools have been operating school exchanges for about two decades, during these years many friendships have been made, which fact results strong support and excellent cooperation in educational projects.
The main goal of our project is to adapt methodology and good practices of intercultural education in our institutions by widening the field of education through international relationships and integrating a wide variety of educational cooperation into our training programme. Furthermore, we aim to strengthen the motivation for language learning, which is necessary for taking part in international educational projects and reaching multilingualism of the students of our institution. Our project involves programmes which enhance students to experience and appreciate our common European cultural heritage, and some fields of expertise in our economics.
In autumn 2018 and spring 2019 the participants visit Pforzheim and Budapest and take part in intercultural programmes and workshop activities. By discovering common features and experiencing diversity our students’ cultural awareness will be developed. The project also helps to form more tolerant behaviour, which is of exceptional importance in today’s and future Europe. The participants’ joy helps our students make friendships and their experience may motivate more people to find the ways of mutual understanding and constructive cooperation with different nations within our diverse world.
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