March 2-3, 2012.
Italy, Partners selection meeting in Trento.
OMS mobility deadline is coming and January 30th the call will be closed. During the month of February the selection process will be finalised at the home and host institutions, while the Selection Board and Steering Committee will jointly conclude the process. The partners will meet in Italy and the results of the first intake will be published by mid-March .
December 12-14, 2011
Italy. OMS and BTG endorse the TICME Conference Trento Innovation Conferences on Materials Engineering. The 2nd Meeting will focus on the Advances in Materials for Energy and Environment. The meeting will take place in the splendid venue of the Buonconsiglio castle. More.
December 2, 2011
Indonesia, an informative session on One More Step project will take place at the University of Muhammadiya in Malang. More than 200 participants have already registered for the event.
November 24, 2011
Vietnam, Info session on the Erasmus Mundus and One More Step grant opportunities at the Hanoi University of Science and technology . More
November 23, 2011
Trento, One More Step - Bridging the Gap, Erasmus Mundus Projects for Sustainable Development. A seminar has been held at the University of Trento, with the participation of Moses Onlus. Here are Poster and Video . Read more
November 21, 2011
Mongolia, launch the One More Step project at NUM and MUST. An information meeting at the National University of Mongolia has highlighted the opportunities of international mobility with the participation of Erasmus Mundus Alumni. While broad information at the Mongolian University of Science and Technology are available on the MUST website. Read more on NUM and MUST
October 21, 2011
China, Sun Yat Sen University: launch of One More Step project in Guangzhou. More
China, Jilin University: launch of One More Step project in Chanchung. More
Thailand, Karen State, The last 15 days of Moses Mission in SE Asia have been marked by the floods in Karen State causing serious damages to refugee communities and destroying huts and every poor furnishings. The homeless were hospitalized in the