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International Cooperation

INSTITUTIONAL STRATEGY FOR THE ORGANISATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION.

 The institutional strategy concerning the implementation of the international cooperation projects, under the auspices of the Erasmus LLP program, aims to support participants in training activities, encouraging the acquisition and the use of knowledge, skills and qualifications to felicitate the personal development, the employability  and the participation in the European labor market. It also tend to improve the quality and innovation in systems, institutions and practices for educational and vocational training enhancing the attractiveness of vocational education and training, and mobility for employers and individuals and facilitating the mobility of working trainees.

Since 2007 the Conservatory of Trieste has been among the partners in the consortium KTEUP, whose head is the University of Udine, which is the first Italian consortium bringing together universities and conservatories of the Friuli Venezia-Giulia region in the organization of Placements. Since 2010 it has also been partner in the project Leonardo Working With Music, promoted in cooperation with the conservatories of Frosinone (head) and L’Aquila and now in its fourth edition, with the participation of a dozen Italian institution of higher musical education.

The program is aimed at young graduates entering the world of work and was created to give opportunities to young musicians, who have trained at the Conservatory of Music Italians, to achieve professional internship experiences in Europe through the support of the Leonardo da Vinci scholarship.

As for the cooperation projects aimed at teachers, the number of steadily increasing mobilities demonstrates the interest of our teachers in comparison and knowledge on one side. On the other it also shows the institutional encouragement to the mobility and the consolidation of fruitful cooperations that provide significant opportunities for growth and constitute a point of reference for students.