The role of extra-curricular activities in the formation of engineers
In today’s society, the requirements for higher education graduates, to enter a professional world, become more and more complex. The knowledge is gained through enrolling in the educational system, but the skills, the experience and the practice are more and more often gained through the participation in extra-curricular activities. These can provide students with social, entrepreneurial, communicative and other skills, not easily enhanced through formal education.
Come to Rome and you will be able to give feedback and new ideas to the European Commission about this topic. And at the same time you will discover the Eternal City, having lot of fun together with other 20 European students!
Information for applicants
- Selection criteria:
- The selection will be based on the motivation letters. The academic requirements are not relevant.
All of the following are covered by the event fee: