The initiative helps participants in different EU cooperation initiatives stay in touch and keep their relationship with the EU
At the beginning of December The EU launched the first EU alumni engagement initiative in Beijing, China, in which participants in different EU cooperation initiatives come together in a network. The goal is to help people stay in touch, exchange experiences and keep their relationship with the EU.
The network was launched at ceremony hosted by the EU Delegation in Beijing. Participants in EU programmes like Erasmus Mundus, Jean Monnet Professors and Centres and Marie Skłodowska Curie, as well as in the EU-China interpreter training project and in the EU visitor’s project all took part in the event. H.E. Nicolas Chapuis, EU ambassador to China, and Ms Florika Fink-Hooijer, Director-General of the Commission’s interpretation department, both took part in the event.
See more at the press release at the website of the EU Delegation in China.