Erasmus in Schools aims at bringing international exchange students into local schools.
The main goal of the project is to familiarize students from primary and secondary schools with Europe and international mobility, fostering a cultural exchange based on values such as respect, co-existence and tolerance. Organising an Erasmus in Schools will bring an international exchange student into your classroom, where the international exchange students can do a wide range of activities that include country presentations, cultural workshops or language sessions with local students.
Erasmus in Schools is run by the Erasmus Student Network (ESN), a student organisation with more than 530 local organisations in more than 40 countries across Europe. The activities are often carried out in support with the host university where the students are studying.
5 reasons to host an international student in your class!
Erasmus in Schools brings several different benefits to the school.