Under that topic the challenges related to popularization of life sciences’ education and efforts in finding young talents are discussed, best practices are presented and experiences of attracting young talents to the university are shared.

The international week gives also an opportunity to find out more about The Estonian University of Life Science’s  international programmes and services offered for exchange students. This International Week is (mainly) targeted to staff working in the field of international student mobility, marketing and communications .

Registration deadline: February 15, 2015

Selected participants will be informed on February 20.

For more information and registration please see: https://www.emu.ee/en/internationalweek 

 Participants are expected to obtain Erasmus+ Staff Mobility grants from their home Institutions.If you are interested, please check the website http://www.boku.ac.at/international/themen/boku-staff-going-international/erasmus-personal-mobilitaet/  and contact Mag. Agnes Liebl for further information on funding (agnes.liebl(at)boku.ac.at )