ErasmusERASMUS+

Erasmus+ is the new EU funding programme for education, training, youth and sport 2014-2020. Erasmus+ combines previous funding programmes in the sector including the Lifelong Learning Programme (Comenius, Leonardo, Erasmus, Grundtvig and Transversal Programmes), Youth in Action and five international cooperation programmes (Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Alfa, Edulink and the programme for cooperation with industrialised countries). This will make it easier for applicants to understand the opportunities available, while other simplifications will also facilitate access.

Erasmus+ has three main targets: two-thirds of the budget is allocated to learning opportunities abroad for individuals, within the EU and beyond; the remainder will support partnerships between educational institutions, youth organisations, businesses, local and regional authorities and NGOs, as well as reforms to modernise education and training and to promote innovation, entrepreneurship and employability.

 

HΕLMSIC - Hellenic Medical Students' International Committee

HELMSIC - Hellenic Medical Students' International Committee, is an independent society, non-profit and non-governmental, founded in 1958 from medical students with the main goal to sensitize and activate medical students to subjects concerning: - Research or clinical exchanges for medical students - Public Health - Medical Education - Health Care of refugees and vulnerable social groups - Establishment of global peace - Prevention against sexually transmitted diseases, such as AIDS (www.helmsic.gr)

Meanwhile, HELMSIC is a proud member of the World Federation of Medical Students 'Associations (International Federation of Medical Students' Associations - IFMSA, www.ifmsa.org), the European Committee of Medical Students (European Medical Students' Association - EMSA, www.emsa-europe.org) and the National Youth Council (ESYN, www.esyn.gr). Through its participation in international student organizations, HELMSIC represents the voice of Greek medical students abroad and constitutes one of their main channels of communication and cooperation.

For further information, please visit the site of the Faculty of Medicine (www.med.uoi.gr)