Erasmus +: Romanian Professors at the French Maritime Academy

As part of our partnership with Mircea cel Bartran, we are welcoming this week three female professors from the Constanta Naval Academy.
During their visit, Camelia ALIBEC, English professor, Corina SANDIUC, English professor and Rita AVRAM, Engineering professor, delivered classes and, together with Octavian Postolache, professor in Marseille campus, they initiated preparations for the submission of an Erasmus + project.
Below from left to right: Rita AVRAM, Camelia ALIBEC, Corina SANDIUC and Octavian POSTOLACHE

Camelia, Corina and Rita perform the first three incoming mobility under the Erasmus + Program at the ENSM.
They were introduced to the ENSM students and staff during a video-conference held from Le Havre campus.

As a reminder, as part of its international development, the ENSM submitted an application for an Erasmus+ Charter in 2018, which was accepted the same year for the period up to 2020 and renewed in December 2020 for the period 2021-2027.
The Erasmus+ program follows up on the previous Erasmus mobility program created in 1987 by the European Union, which has allowed more than 10 million people to benefit from international exchanges in the fields of education, training, youth and sport, by providing financial support to these projects.
Since 2014, when it became Erasmus +, the exchange program has expanded to a wider audience, to strengthen the skills and increase the employment opportunities for the beneficiaries.

Erasmus+ also helps chartered institutions to work within the framework of international partnerships and to share innovative practices in the fields of education, training and youth.
Discover the ENSM international policy and projects here.