The “PBU Wandering Academy” is a cycle of free lectures on the Cross-border Cooperation Programme PL-BY-UA and practical exercises on preparing EU projects, organised by the Programme representatives at the universities located in its area. A key part of these lessons is a case study "from a challenge to action" based on good practices from PBU projects. The initiative is particularly targeted at students of European studies, international cooperation, diplomacy, and economics. The meeting’s participants, in addition to a large portion of knowledge and practice, receive sets of promotional and informational materials of the Programme.
There are still new challenges ahead of us, new calls for proposals in the new financial perspective of the European Union. We strongly believe, that especially the young generation – basing on the rich experience of the current beneficiaries - will be able to face them with new energy and fresh look – wrote Andrzej Słodki, the Head of the Joint Technical Secretariat in the letter to rectors.
This new initiative of the Programme was met with a very positive response from the universities and the students themselves. The first classes of the "PBU Wandering Academy" took place on 14th January at the University in Białystok and were attended, among others, by students of law, international relations, and philology. The next lectures will be held at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin and University of Rzeszów, and then we will visit other universities in the Programme area.
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