L’équipe

Quelle est la particularité d’Europe-Mobile ?

Le projet s’adresse aux étudiants originaires de tous les pays membres de l’Union européenne.
Ce projet constitue une excellente opportunité d’améliorer ses compétences interculturelles et il permet en outre aux élèves de faire une expérience concrète de l’Europe. Avant d’entamer les visites dans les écoles, les étudiants suivent une formation au contenu européen, à la fois centrée sur la didactique et la méthode. Ils peuvent acquérir une expérience pratique dans le domaine de l’enseignement et de la gestion de projet international.

Pendant toute la durée du projet, des formateurs professionnels disposant d’une expérience pédagogique et de compétences interculturelles accompagnent les étudiants.

“Participating in this project has been a very constructive experience for me, because I learned a lot personally, but also because it changed my vision of what Europe needs today.” (Appolonia, student 2009)


Voici l’équipe d’Europe-Mobile 2016

Dora Viktoria Angyal

Hello Europe! My name is Dóra and I am 27 years old. I am from Hungary but I am currently living and studying in France. Originally I studied History in my home country, but after my Erasmus semester in the Czech Republic, I realised that I’d prefer to do something more international. So I moved to Paris and after one year of working and learning the French language, I started a Master in European Studies. I speak English, French and now I am learning Spanish. Apart from History, I am interested in Sociology and Urbanism.


Florijan Bašić

My name is Florijan Bašić and I come from Croatia. I’m 23 and I study Political Science at the University of Zagreb. I am interested in the European Union and political economy. I’m a student associate at several research centers. Besides the Faculty, I attend foreign language school. In my spare time I play guitar, read and ride a bike. The Europe-Mobile project gives me the opportunity to spread my knowledge to other people and to meet new people. In my opinion true meanings of international projects are meeting new people, spreading knowledge, making connections and friendships and that is why I’m looking forward to meet you.


Johannes Bergunder

My name is Johannes and I´m 27 years. After graduating school, I went for an European Voluntary Service (EVS) for one year to Lithuania and discovered my passion for Europe, Youth-Work and travelling. Since that I became really active in the field of international youth-work, especially when its about addressing the topic of Europe or bringing young Europeans together. Because of that, I did my Bachelor’s degree in educational sciences and am now a student of European Studies. I got engaged into different youth-work organisations and have been running many different national and international projects in the last years. Since 6 years I am running also workshops and project days in schools focusing on the topic of Europe.  I believe Europe can only grow by its people, but for that, everybody should be aware of Europe as such. Therefore I think, projects like the Europemobile are more than just needed and I am looking forward towards an amazing experience.


Juliette Delessy-Dorvillius

My name is Juliette Delessy-Dorvillius, I’m 23 years old and I’m from Paris. I strongly believe in education which is, nowadays more than ever, the key to better understand and analyse what is going on in Europe. I was lucky enough to study Economics and European Studies in France, Germany, and Spain. It’s time to explore the future opportunities of the younger generation and to think about how we could collaborate and help in Europe together! Plus, Poland is such an important country in the European Union but it seems that we don’t know so much about it in France. I’m very curious to know more about Polish pupil’s life and their vision of European Union. I’m very glad to be part of this project!


Desislava Dimcheva

My name is Desislava Dimcheva, 21 years old, from Bulgaria . I am in my second year of European Studies in Sofia University " St. Kliment Ohridski". My hobby is learning languages, finding similarities between different languages and cultures. Since High School I have been interested in Politics, History and International Relations and this is the reason why I have decided to study in this field.


Carlotta Frank

My name is Carlotta Frank, I’m 23 years old and I study Integrated European Studies at the University of Bremen. I enjoy getting to know new places and faces. Traveling and long conversations with interesting people from all over the world have always been two of my favorite ways to spend time. Due to my field of studies, voluntary work and friends I’ve experienced many inspiring moments in diverse transnational groups. I’m especially looking forward to these weeks in Poland, since right now this European country seems to be at a (political) crossroads. I’ve spent my last semester in Madrid and I’m thrilled to explore another big European country beyond vacation. I’m very excited to create new memories together with other young Europeans and to be a part of Europe-Mobile team 2016!


Janja Horvat

Hi! I am Janja and I come from Slovenia. I study Cultural studies at University of Ljubljana. I love traveling and I try to do it as much as possible, because that is how I learn the most. This year I spend six months in Copenhagen on Erasmus internship and it was the best time of my life. I fell in love with the city, its people and I will go back for sure. I applied for Europe-Mobile project because I want to spread my passion for exploring with younger generations and to meet people with many different interests. Can’t wait to start! :)


Daniela Imeneo

Hello everybody! My name is Daniela Imeneo, I’m Italian and I live in a beautiful city in Southern Italy, surrounded by the sea and where the sun shines all year round. I am attending the final year in Law School and I am very interested in European and International Law. Some years ago, I began to participate in several European projects, which allowed me to travel and visit some European cities and, above all, to know so many people from all over Europe. Thanks to these experiences, I had the chance to get to know cultures different from mine and opening my mind, recognizing the importance of being a European citizen and, first of all, a citizen of the world. I am sure that this experience will help me to strengthen my skills and to build good relations with other young Europeans, all joined together to show the young face of the Europe of the future. I can’t wait to start!


Julia Kovacs

My name is Julia Kovacs, I’m 26 years old and I come from Augsburg in the south of Germany. I have already gained an MA in Political Science and during those studies I’ve learned a lot about European Union and that the European project is worth fighting for – especially these days when it is endangered by populists and eurosceptics. I think the only “cure” for this development can be education. EU-Citizens, especially young people, have to know more about how splendid Europe can be. That’s why I’m currently studying adult and off-school education and, that’s why I think projects like “Europe-Mobile” are so important. I’m looking forward to be part of the Team 2016!


Alice Lambolez

My name is Alice, I come from Lorraine in the northeast of France. I’m currently finishing my trinational Master’s in French and German studies. I had the chance to live in Germany for three years. I am very interested in arts and culture and besides my studies I frequently volunteer at cultural events, especially music festivals. I think culture is the best way to promote a language or a country, and I’m always keen to discover new cultures and languages myself. I speak French, German, English and a tiny bit of Russian. Thanks to Europe-Mobile I will have the possibility to get to know the Polish culture better and hopefully some useful words! Europe-Mobile is a great opportunity to promote the EU to the younger generation, so they can build the future of Europe, which is also their future. I’m glad I can contribute to the process and I’m looking forward to meet my fellow European citizens!


Zoe Lyall

Hello, my name is Zoe and I am from England. I have spent the majority of my life living in other countries such as Malaysia, Chile, Thailand and the UAE. I am doing Law and French at the University of Cardiff as I hope to be able to use my second language to work and live in other European countries. I love cooking, travel and music as well as certain extreme sports such as paragliding. I like to meet new people from other places and learning about different cultures and languages


Anna Manolaki

Hello! I am Anna (24 years old) and I come from Greece. I have studied Primary Education in Greece and at the moment I am doing my Master’s in Luxembourg in the field of Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts. During my Bachelor, I studied for one semester in Strasbourg, France, in the context of the Erasmus exchange programme. Becoming a teacher has always been my dream. I have a great passion for teaching and interacting with children and I love travelling. Collaborating with other 19 students all over Europe seems very appealing to me as this multicultural community will allow me to exchange ideas and see the different perspectives of other young EU citizens. Finally, through the Europe-Mobile programme, I would like to cultivate attitudes that promote European values and are fundamental to the empowerment of pluralistic and democratic societies.


Régis Mercenier

Hi, I’m Régis! I am 23, Belgian and study Political Science at the University of Liège. I am highly invested in the young movement in my country. I’ve been involved for more than 15 years, and I really appreciate all the friends I’ve met and all what I learned during these years. Discovering the world is one of my favorite things, I have now seen the most of European countries, but it’s always a pleasure to be back to learn more. The Euope-Mobile project is the perfect combination of my main interests: Europe, travel and helping children. I am really happy to be part of this amazing project. See you in Poland !


Atila Nađ

Hi there! I am 24 year old, right now and I’m finishing Law School in Novi Sad, Serbia. Actually I am Hungarian, but I was born and grew up in Serbia. As somebody who has double nationality I experienced both cultures in deepest details. Also I regularly participate in MUN and MEU as well as working as a certificated minority right defender, and working to get above average knowledge as a civil rights defender. I worked in numerous NGOs and did a few diplomatic conferences as well as was an intern at the European Parliament in Brussels. I have a high passion to get to know other cultures and to show mine’s too. For me the whole world is a playground and each and every one of us is a child who is exploring it no matter how old he or she is.


Diarmuid North

My name is Diarmuid North. I come from Ireland and am studying European Studies at Trinity College, Dublin. I will spend the next year in Vienna on my Erasmus. I love travelling, learning languages and politics - in short, I love everything about the European Union. I hope to be able to use the next few weeks to make Europe and it’s many cultures relatable and to inspire young people to engage with the Union to make it better for all.



Zuzana Pápayová

My name is Zuzana Pápayová. I am from Slovakia, working currently on my master´s degree in International Relations at Masaryk University in Czech Republic. I´m a half-and-half mixture of sarcastic cynic and naive believer. I´m eager to know as much as possible about as many things as possible, yet still "I know that I know nothing" although I care a lot. I consider myself to be a very mediocre sportswoman, writer-poet and painter, a very attentive listener, a passionate reader, a philosopher by night and a rebel by fate.


Nina Ravn

I am a 22-year-old Anthropology student at Aarhus University in Denmark. I have finished my first year of BA, and I’m very fond of my studies so far. In my paretime I like to sing, play music, taking photographs, read books, and spend time out in the nature. I am also going to spend time at my job as a handicap assistant for two teenage boys a few hours a week. Furthermore I love to spend time with my family and friends.


Bruno Rukavina

I am Bruno Rukavina and I am from Croatia. I live in Zagreb because I’m studying political science, although I am from little town on north Adriatic sea - Senj. I love music and I play several instruments including piano, clarinet and harmonica. Travelling is my passion and I am frequent participant in many workshops and conferences. I am also a student assistant in several subjects on European politics and international relations. Besides that I am member of Atlantic council of Croatia, Center for European studies, Diplomatic club and Croatian pan-European Union. I hope that I will meet many new people and that I will make some new friendships in this project.


Marcel Saur

My name is Marcel, I’m 25 years old and living in Berlin, but currently preparing to move to Warsaw. As a Master’s student of Political Science I am especially interested in the European Union’s relationship with its Eastern neighbours as well as the transformation processes in the post-communist (member) states. I had the chance to work, study and travel in a number of European countries, which not only allowed me to broaden my horizon, but also to live my passion of learning languages, discovering new places and meeting new people. Beyond that, I love to swim, bike and run and to go to the theatre. I’m very excited about being part of the Europe-Mobile Team 2016 and I’m looking forward to seeing you soon in Poland!


Marlene Zülsdorff

I am Marlene and I am from Graz, ustria. Here I study Education/Pedagogy and I am about to finish my bachelors degree. I am a chaotic daydreamer and I love to learn new things every day. My biggest passion is traveling and to listen to other peoples stories. I believe there is something good in everyone and that education is the key to strengthen people in their talents and to open up their minds to the beautiful variety Europe has to offer. I try to always focus on the good and to leave my comfort zone as often as possible. That’s why I’m excited to pack my bags again and to be party of this remarkable initiative, to share my knowledge, but even more to learn from others.


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Europe-Mobile 2017

Du 04 septembre au 29 septembre 2017, l’Europe-Mobile rendra visite aux différentes écoles dans la région de Brandenbourg.




Appel à Candidature Europe-Mobile



Europe-Mobile resumée



Formulaire de candidature



La brochure de l’Europe-Mobile (en anglais)



Le prospectus en anglais



Europe-Mobile en 2016

L’année dernière l’Europe-Mobile a été en tournée du septembre au 11 octobre 6 dans la région autour de Varsovie.




“The project provided me with new perspectives and teaching methods as well as the feeling that we are all part of Europe. The exchange with the pupils was fun and I am sure that we aroused their curiosity about Europe.”
(Teresa Herrmann, Student, Germany)

„After this experience, I consider an exchange year somewhere in Europe.“(Pupil, Brandenburg





 
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