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Erasmus Staff Training Week 2017

ISAL performed the second edition of the "Erasmus + staff Training Week", which took place from February 27th to March 3rd.
The II Erasmus+ Staff Training Week was inserted in the celebrations of ISAL referring to the 30th years of the Erasmus+ programme. This event is directed to collaborators of the Department of International Relations of various higher education institutions in Europe. The main objective of this initiative is the exchange of good practice concerning the Erasmus+ programme.
The program includes the presentation of the various participating institutions, sharing experiences, exchange of good practices, thematic discussions and networking.
Alongside professional activities, they participated in other activities, having ISAL chosen this date so that participants experienced the Carnival of Madeira. This event took place in a multicultural and peer-learning environment, providing an excellent opportunity to create personal and professional value for each of the participants.



“Madeira is beautiful and highly recommended!! ISAL is an excellent institution and students and staff are encouraged to study/work here. Erasmus Staff Week is brilliant.”

“ISAL is a wonderful host for a Staff Week and its location in Madeira makes it a desirable destination for both professional development and experience of the unic culture of Madeira.”

“The week was fantastic!”

“I would really like to thank ISAL for giving us the opportunity to participate. Erasmus Staff Week has been a Great Chance to meet different cultures, different universities and amazing people.”

“It was an amazing week! I discovered a beautiful island and a lot of wonderful colleagues.”

“I want to say to ISAL a big OGRIGADA for this staff week.”

“Very good organization, kind and professional people.”

“Madeira is beautiful and everyone at ISAL is friendly and welcoming. What a wonderful study destination for the Erasmus programme. ISAL is like Madeira – Small but perfectly formed.”