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International European University is a member of the International Association for Medical Education in Europe (Association of Medical Education in Europe)

The International Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) is a world-renowned association established in Copenhagen in 1972 and now has partners from more than 90 countries.

The main activity of the Association is to support primarily medical universities and students, graduate students, doctoral students through conferences, seminars, online publications, webinars, support for scientific research in the field of medicine, implementation of European quality standards in the educational process, training programs, etc.

The International Medical Education Association is an organization that helps teachers, doctors, scientists, administrators, medical staff, and students stay up to date with all the trends in the medical and medical education world.

The International Medical Education Association holds:



About the European Union Program – ERASMUS +


ERASMUS + is a European Union program for the period 2014-2020, which supports projects of cooperation, partnerships, activities and mobility in the fields of education, vocational training, youth and sport. Together with more than 150 countries, Ukraine is one of the Erasmus + Partner Countries (Program Countries). Member Countries (Partner Countries) The Program is hosted by 28 EU Member States; Economic Union countries: Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein; candidate countries: Turkey, Macedonia and Serbia (as of 2018). The program budget for 2014-2020 is 14.7 billion €.

All details and features of Erasmus + in Program Guide: English and Ukrainian translation (version 2019)

Brochure about the possibilities of programs – EU ERASMUS +, ETWINNING PLUS or HORIZON2020 program features

Competition announcements

INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION PRESENTATION Program by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EASEAS, Brussels)

USEFUL MATERIALS for the implementation of the Program in Ukraine:

  • Erasmus+ Regulation:
  • European Neighborhood Instrument, Eastern Partnership
  • Multiannual Indicative Program for Regional Cooperation 2014 – 2017 (Programming of the European Neighborhood Instrument (ENI) – 2014-2020, Regional East Strategy Paper (2014-2020) and Multiannual Indicative Program (2014-2017)
  • Framework Agreement between the Government of Ukraine and the Commission of the European Communities, ratified by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Law in 2008
  • EU-Ukraine Association Agreement


ERASMUS +: Why the new approach?

  • Education, training, and youth: a changing landscape
  • Deep economic crisis and high youth unemployment
  • Vacancies exist, but there is also a lack of skills and low graduates’ ability to find employment
  • Increasing demands for highly skilled work
  • Global Talent Competition: The Internationalization of Education
  • Extremely expanding offerings on ICT training and learning potential
  • Complementarity between formal, informal and non-formal learning
  • The need for closer links with the global labor market


ERASMUS +: A new approach

  • We need:
  • Closer links between the program and strategic goals
  • Greater synergy and interaction between formal, informal and non-formal learning
  • More cross-sectoral partnerships with the labor market
  • Modernized, simplified architecture
  • A greater focus on EU added value


Link with strategic objectives

  • Europe 2020 goals:
  • Higher education applicants increase from 32% to 40%
  • Reduction of early school leavers from 14% to less than 10%
  • «Strategy in the field of education and training – 2020»
  • The updated framework for European cooperation in the field of youth policy (2010-2018)
  • European Sport Initiative / EU Sport Work Plan
  • Strengthening of the international dimension, in particular in higher education and in youth policy
  • More opportunities for students of vocational and higher education institutions to improve their ability to find employment through internships
  • Improving quality in all sectors through the introduction of staff mobility and strategic partnerships
  • Much attention is paid to cross-sectoral strategic partnerships and ICT projects
  • New innovative measures to improve employability and entrepreneurship (Knowledge Alliances and Industry Skills Alliances)
  • New Approaches to Implementing Reforms (Promising Initiatives)


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