MOB G.A.E. – Mobility as a source of personal and professional Growth, Autonomy and Employability

The main aim of the project was to evaluate and disseminate the impact of international mobility experiences within EU programmes on personal and professional development, employability, autonomy and awareness of European citizenship.

It also aimed to disseminate and exploit existent case studies, good practices, positive changes among former participants, partners within and outside the consortium (enterprises, public institutions, NGOs) acting as promoters, hosting, sending or intermediary partners, interested in improving the quality of their work.

The activities of the project included:

  • The elaboration of the research which includes quantitative and qualitative tools (questionnaires, focus groups, interviews)
  • The publication of stories about different mobility experiences
  • The organization of events to disseminate the results (flash‐mobs, local/national debates).

The role of the Intercultural Institute of Timisoara was to coordinate and elaborate the research regarding the impact of the international mobility in participants’ life.

MOB G.A.E. – MOBility as a source of personal and professional Growth, Autonomy and Employability was funded by the European Commission within the Lifelong Learning programme, action KA4 and promoted by Accademia Europea di Firenze (IT) in cooperation with Bulgaria Gateway (BG); DEP Institut, Oneco & Nexes (ES); Euroyouth and Rede Inducar (PT); GEB (Germany); North West Academy & Intern Europe (UK); Cap Ulysse (FR); Semper Avanti (PL); ZNI (Slovenia); Amadeus (AT); VUSTE ENVIS (CZ); Intercultural Institute of Timisoara (RO); Paragon Europe (MT) andPLATO (CY).

The results of the research and more information on the project are available here:

An interview made in the framework of the project is available here: