The DAAD’s National Agency for EU Higher Education Cooperation invited selected higher education representatives from Germany to network with their colleagues in Ghana and find partner institutions in the framework of the Erasmus+ capacity building programme. In cooperation with the DAAD Information Center Ghana organised a networking event to spark and intensify higher education cooperations between Ghana and Germany.
Participants received information on funding opportunities in Erasmus+ “Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education”, Erasmus+ mobility opportunities and DAAD bilateral cooperation funding between Germany and Ghana. The forum offered in-depth information and advice on application procedures as well as systematic networking between German higher education representatives and their existing and future partners in Ghana.
The forum took place in the context of the educata Ghana fair, offering the German representatives a chance to present their institutions to students, researchers and other fair participants.
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