Invitation to the 1st ASECU YOUTH WINTER SCHOOL (17-21 February 2020, Polanczyk, Poland)

Dear members of the Association of Economic Universities of South and Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Region (ASECU),
I have the pleasure to announce holding the 1st winter event in the frame of ASECU Youth activities and am honored to invite your institution – your students and professors – to participate in
the 1st ASECU Youth Winter School “Via Carpatia – a route to the future: Socio-economic and geopolitical aspects”
The organizer of the event is the University of Rzeszow, Faculty of Economics (Poland). We invite you to join the ASECU Youth family, get engaged in lively lectures of professors, practice-oriented workshops, have an excursion program and enjoy 5-day (17-21 February 2020) winter vacations in Polanczyk, Poland, with us!
The submission of applications is already open and will be closed after 20 January 2020. Key information about the event and the application procedure can be found in the latest news on the official website of the ASECU Youth and encloses the Call for Application and the Application Form:
We would kindly ask to inform students and professors of your institution as soon as possible as the time for submission is one month.

The ASECU Youth Factsheet 2019 is additionally attached to this letter to inform your colleagues and students in detail on the activities and figures of the ASECU Youth and encourage them to join our big multinational team and be part of the 1st winter event in the frame of the ASECU Youth.

Students’ Association of Economic Universities of South and Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Region (ASECU Youth)

Website of the ASECU:

2nd call for ‘Short Term Scientific Missions’ (STSM) and for Inclusiveness Target Countries (ITC) conference grant applications

Dear ENTAN colleagues,
I am delighted to inform you that the second call for STSM grants and the second call for ITC conference grants have been announced this afternoon on our website and Facebook profile
Application deadline is 20 December 2019.
Please consider applying, and also please share this information with other colleagues from ENTAN countries, especially with PhD students and early career researchers who wish to apply for an NTA related research visit, or to present an NTA related paper at a conference anywhere.

Meeting – mutual exchange of ideas

On November 29th  , the Lab will host a presentation for the Center for Balkan Cooperation LOJA (Tetovo, North Macedonia)   and  the NGO “KURVE Wustrow – Centre for Training and Networking in Nonviolent Action” (Wustrow, Germany) regarding  their – project “Anchoring Multi-ethnic Youth Work in University Curricula for Future Teacher” within the frame of Civil Peace Service (Ziviler Friedensdienst). The meeting has as an objective the mutual exchange of ideas on issues of interculturalism and education.