Our Institution has been always very attracted to create new partnerships around the world, especially in Europe. Our interest in taking part in internationals projects started in 2000 with the Lingua-e project, and it was followed with two more Comenius projects, during 2003-2005 and 2011-2013.
We would like to reinforce our international activity joining these mobility programmes for our students of High School, as we consider these experiences improve our professional and linguistic competences which will be showed as an increase in their career opportunities.
Jointly with boosting the mobility of our students, our other aim is impulse our teachers mobility so we firmly consider that this make up a key piece in the modernization of our education and an improvement in the educative quality.
Overall, all these reasons make us consider about applying for the Erasmus Charter, which is compulsory required to gain access in the mobility and cooperation Erasmus+ projects.