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Long-term mobilities in the Czech Republic and Spain

Three Spanish students have been in the Gymnázium Frýdlant nad Ostravicí (Czech Republic) from September 8 to November 10, making a two-month long-term mobility stay in the framework of the KA229 The Town I Want To Live In project. There the students are housed in families of school students and they attend classes normally.

Apart from attending the classes, the three students participated in all the project activities planned by the Czech partners, especially those aimed at preparing short-term mobility that took place at the IES Escultor Juan de Villanueva (Pola de Siero, Spain) in November.
All three students have been fully integrated and have the great hospitality and excellent organization of the Czech partners. They have fully enjoyed this unique experience in the heart of Europe.

Below you can see the follow-up by the Gymnázium Frýdlant nad Ostravicí school for a project activity on the management of GIS programs taught by the Department of Geoinformatics of the University of Ostrava in which the students participated:

https://gymfrydl.cz/8-aktuality/621-projektovy-den-na-katedre-geoinformatiky-vsb


On the other hand, two Czech students have also concluded their long-term mobility stay of two months in the IES Escultor Juan de Villanueva (Pola de Siero, Spain), from September 10 to November 16. The students have also stayed in two families of school students and have attended the classes normally, integrating fully into the life of Pola de Siero. Apart from the academic activity, they have participated in all the planned project activities, aimed at preparing the short-term mobility that took place a at the IES Escultor Juan de Villanueva in November.

For more info about the project go to https://erasmusplusescultor.wordpress.com/proyecto-ka229/ (in Spanish!)

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