“In 2012, we sent over 90,000 people abroad on traineeships through the Leonardo da Vinci Programme,” says Paul Tzimas from the DG Education and Culture at the European Commission in the chat we had with him and other guests in our virtual panel on January 16th.
Who can apply for Leonardo da Vinci? And why should anyone do it?
You can learn all this and more just by replaying the link to the chat below.
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