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YEL / Zilina Conference

04 - 08 October 2017

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Gymnázium bilingválne in ŽILINA and the YEL club SLOVAKIA would like to invite two teachers and two students from the Europroject network „Education without frontiers“ to Terchová and Žilina from 4th to 8th October 2017.

After five years from the headteachers‘ conference in 2012, this time it is going to be the Europroject conference with the students too.  They will work together in the committees and finally present their debating and negotiating skills in a simulation of the Model European Council session. The topic will be specified later.  The students´ activities are linked with the running Erasmus+ project - Young European Leaders.


The partners of the project (Finland, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Slovakia and Spain) will meet for their second transnational meeting and the general public is also invited to take part in the YEL multiplier event aimed at the project results dissemination.

The Europroject conference will take place and the teachers and guests will be accommodated at the resort DREVENICE Terchová in the congress centre of the Guest House Vŕšky, uniquely situated in the mountains of Mala Fatra right next to the village Terchova, which is about 30 km from Zilina. The multiplier event is going to be held in the GBZA school. Our students will host foreign peers in their families. 

For further details check this link or contact directly Janka Mladenkova, who will keep you informed J. The GBZA Europroject team is looking forward to meeting you all.

Gabriela, Janka, Lucia, Imrich, Ludmila, Marek, Ivana,...


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LIFE: Linking Interests For Europe

05 - 11 March 2017


We learn not for school, but for life.

This principle is the central aim of our LIFE-project and was put into practice in March 2017 when the final LIFE-Conference took place at Wittekind-Gymnasium in Lübbecke, Germany.

Students and teachers from Portugal, Italy and Belgium were hosted by their German partners and spent some interesting days together gathering lots of new experiences in different fields of work. The group visited the local enterprise Wortmann AG to get an insight into 'IT Made in Germany' and the screen printing factory Siebdruck Blase. During their visits they learned a lot about how these two international companies operate.

On top of that the students attended several workshops led by external experts. The focus of this conference was on the students' needs such as learning how to assess themselves, writing a letter for application and doing a job interview. Therefore the agency AUBI-plus offered professional application coaching for the students - especially on how to apply online and what to expect in an assessment centre process. Additionally, they were taught in how to create a professional promotional video. This knowledge helped them a lot when working on the tasks of producing presentations, brochures and a video on the two companies they visited during the week.

One of the highlights of the week the group spent together was the visit of Autostadt Wolfsburg. After their guided tour of the VW factory they all were very impressed by what they learned about this international enterprise. When visiting the different pavilions in the Autostadt they were able to intensify their impressions.
In the end all participants were happy with the outcome of the conference and the results of the promotional material that was created.

After their week in Lübbecke all participating teachers agreed that they consider a cooperation with the companies as something very valuable for their schools that should be continued in the future. When coming back home all schools have to prepare their local trade fairs now in which they will present their results to the local audience at school.

In May the coordinating teachers will meet again in Belgium to disseminate and evaluate the project together.

Click here for more information about the LIFE project on the official LIFE site.

Click here for a film about the conference which has been made by the German students.

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HOPE - Human Opportunities for Peace in Europe

In March 2017 the Euronetwork school Lycée Michel-Rodange submitted an application for a shared K2 project called HOPE - Human Opportunities for Peace in Europe. The LMRL functions as the project’s coordinating school cooperating with Europroject partnerschools from Germany, Spain and Slovakia and a school from Torun / Poland. They made acquaintance with last year in Slovakia at the ZaMUN2016 conference.

The project brings our five schools together to tackle the growing loss of common European values and the risk of a Europe falling apart by implementing the next three core pillars at each school by organising extra-curricular HOPE clubs / working groups.

1.Students learn and discuss about politics and are prepared for the participation in MUN (Model United Nation) conferences. We send mobilities twice a year to ZaMUN and ToMUN and will have the first MUN conference in Luxembourg, LuMUN in November 2019, which will be offered as a network conference to all Europroject schools, then too.

2. Students are made to initiate and conduct regular charity activities.

3. Students are trained to act as mediators for their fellow students in classrooms.




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