Erasmus incoming personnel experience

Visit of the staff of the University of Wrocław, Poland, 26-30/09/2022

From the 26th to 30th of September 2022, administrative employees of the University of Wrocław: Sławomir Czerwiński, Łukasz Kasprzak (Institute of Geography and Regional Development) and Mirosław Osowski (University Library) were participated in a training trip at the Central Library of the University of Crete in Rethymno, organized as part of the Erasmus program.

During this period we met with Head Librarian – Dr. Manolis Koukourakis and colleagues working in various departments of the Library. We had the opportunity to learn about the specificity of work in individual units and exchange experiences during the training. We also visited UoC Rethymno Campus and Rethymno city, getting acquainted with its culture, monuments and local customs. We also met with the staff of the International Relations Office, sharing with them our good impressions from the stay at the University of Crete.
We would like to thank the Director Dr. Manolis Koukourakis, Mrs. Sofia Koutoukaki, Mrs. Menia Zouni and all other library staff involved in our training, for organizing our stay in your Library. We are very grateful that we had the opportunity to visit your University.
Σας ευχαριστούμε πολύ! :)
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International Credit Mobility (ICM), KA107 2019-2022
Teaching –Department of Philosophy and Social Studies
Gabriele Cornelli, Coordinator, Universidade de Brasília (4-8 July, 2022)

«…During my stay at the Rethymno Campus I had the chance to organize meeting with two graduate students: Eirini Drakou and Pablo A. de la Fuente. I also had the privilege to receive Prof. Balla in the University of Brasilia last June and had a few business meeting with her, in order to plan our future cooperation on Socratic and Platonic fields. More precisely, we were planning new meetings and possibly a new Erasmus project in order to consolidate our cooperation in the immediate future. Prof. Balla delivered a Seminar at the University of Brasilia Archai UNESCO Chair, with a spectacular attendance from our undergraduate and graduate students. The cooperation project has greatly strengthened the already consolidated internationalvocation of the UNESCO Archai Chair of the University of Brasilia and contributed to open new horizons of cooperation with Greece and, in a particular way, with the University of Crete.

I should finally express my deepest gratitude to Mrs. Thymiatzi and her International Office team at the University of Crete for her continuous support during the project. »