Nasratullah Rahimi, Manager, International Affairs & Strategic Partnerships and Faisal Hashemi, Manager, Administration, Kardan University, participated at the European Union’s Erasmus+ program and gained deep insights into various aspects of the Second Central European International Week. The program was designed to facilitate learning through exposure, training workshops, and social events which benefited the participating members in different ways. Some of the key areas of this program included Kardan University’s presentation, Orientation of Gender and Institutions, Politics and Policies, Management Workshops, and Networking events.
Erasmus+ Program is funded by the European Union and is geared towards modernizing education, training, and youth work across Europe and certain international partner institutions through specific programs and events. Kardan University recently partnered with an Erasmus+ member university located in Opole, Poland. The partnership focuses on teaching staff mobility and effective staff mobility for learning.
Due to the nature of the partnership, through “Staff Mobility” component, Kardan University was invited by Opole University to participate in the Second Central European International Week, sponsored by Erasmus+ Program and hosted at Opole University, Poland. As a participating member, Kardan University took the initiative to be part of this program, and increase its exposure among other Erasmus+ member institutions.