March 7, 2008
Another idea for EU acknowledgment.
It is clear that some community policies are far to be understood as they need to be.
Taking the example of ERASMUS program (that I benefited), my idea is that we shall link the movement of students with the obligation for them to follow a course on European Union.
Knowledge about Institutional architecture, current policies and the history of European construction is undoubtedly the necessary active learning counterpart for a student engaged in a communotaire program.
The lack of knowledge about Europe harms the entire benefit of such a program.
And the major benefit of learning a bit about the political structure in which we evolve would surely be advocated by teachers and students.
The possibility to put words and concepts on a practical experience is inevitably interesting.
EU recognition passes through communication on its great programs and achievements, and it includes academic formation.
I am a 24 years old French student enlisted in European Studies program. I am currently following an ERASMUS program in Finland (Turku). Thank youAuthor : EMI