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This new Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange project brings together young people from European and Southern Mediterranean countries to take part in activities, structured dialogue and develop skills and competences.

Through this process, the participants will achieve skills and experience in various areas including:

Marketable Skills: explore and develop global competencies and 21st century skills necessary to meet the challenges and benefit from the opportunities of a fast-changing global community

Leadership: enhance university applications and future prospects for education; grow as thought leaders and cultural ambassadors; become inspired to take action within your community

Communications: expand written, listening and speaking skills; practice effectively communicating with speakers of other languages and backgrounds

Questions & Answers

How long does it last and what is the time commitment?

2-3 hours a week for 3 weeks

During the 3 weeks, you will work synchronously and asynchronously. The synchronous parts are facilitated dialogue sessions with certified dialogue facilitators that will support your group to get to know each other, explore the topic and develop communication competences.

Who is this Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange for?

Young people, resident in Europe or Southern Mediterranean countries. See here.

What language is the exchange delivered in?

The working language of this project is English, and all participants require a level of English of at least a CEFR A2.

How much does it cost?

There is no cost to participants and partner organisations.

Will I get a certificate?

If you participate fully, and attend the sessions, you will receive an Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange Digital Badge.

What are the dates?

29th April 2019 - 10th May 2019 (3 weeks)

What platform will we work on?

  • The asynchronous activities will be done on Google Classroom.

  • The synchronous activities will be done on the Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange Portal

Timetable of activities






If you are unclear about time zones, CEST means Central European Summer Time. You can convert to your own time zone here.

How do I apply?