In spring 2023, our VET Erasmus+ program has successfully sent 10 students for an internship in Faro, Portugal, 4 students for an internship in Malta and another 4 students for an internship in Granollers, Spain. These international internships provide invaluable opportunities for students to gain practical work experience and cultural immersion in a foreign country.

During their stay, the students had the chance to explore the local culture, practice their language skills, and expand their professional network. The program offers a unique chance to broaden their horizons, develop personal and professional skills, and gain a global perspective.

Overall, the Erasmus+ program continues to be a valuable initiative that offers students an enriching and rewarding experience. We are excited to see the positive impact of this program on our students’ academic and personal growth.

We would like to express our gratitude to our partner organizations, WakeUp Projects, AClass Academy, and EMT Granollers, for their support and collaboration in making our Erasmus+ program a success.

Their involvement and contributions have been essential in facilitating the internships and exchange activities for our students, enabling them to gain valuable experience and broaden their perspectives.

In addition to sending students abroad for internships, our institution also had the opportunity to host a group of students from San Clemente, Spain, through the Erasmus+ program.

During their visit, we covered various topics such as inclusion, school systems, STEAM, and environmental topics. We also organized several exciting activities for the group, including a sightseeing tour in Maribor, an excursion to Ljubljana, a visit to Tehnopark Celje, and workshops in our school’s labs.

Our students enjoyed spending time with the visiting group and learning about their culture and perspectives. The Erasmus+ program provides a unique opportunity for international collaboration and knowledge exchange, and we are proud to be part of such an initiative. We hope that this experience has broadened the horizons of both our students and the visiting group from San Clemente, Spain.

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