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Call for Applications

We are looking for our new Europamobil-Team 2019!

Europamobil offers an exciting European experience for pupils and students. Each year, a group of 20 students from different European countries visits several schools in a European region (for example in Germany, Poland or France) in September by bus, the Europamobil, to run workshops on European issues. In 2019 Europamobil returns once again to Germany, to the land of Brandenburg (around Berlin).
Europamobil aims to enhance students' commitment to and pupils' interest in European affairs by making Europe tangible. Moreover, Europe-Mobile reveals concrete chances for pupils how to get mobile in Europe. Through their cooperation in the context of Europamobil students and pupils get to know their neighbouring countries and their people better. It is a way to increase their motivation to become active European citizens and to produce critical enthusiasm for the European idea.
Europamobil offers practical experience in teaching and in workshop presentations in an international environment. All participants may enrich their knowledge about European issues by participating in discussions with invited experts. Europamobil also gives an opportunity to build an international network and to reinforce intercultural skills.


The edition in brief (02.09.-27.09.2019)

  1. Educational Training | 02.-09.09.2019
    A weeklong introductory seminar includes training units on workshop presentation methods, on pedagogical skills and on EU issues preparing the students for their work on the ground in the classrooms. Additionally, students create workshops focusing on European issues with professional support.

  2. School visits | 10.-24.09.2019
    For around two weeks students will visit one school per day, running workshops on European issues for pupils from the age of 15 to 19. The workshops focus on key European issues like: How does the EU work?; cultural diversity and European identity; migration in Europe; democracy and populism in Europe. In addition to the workshops, European associations will inform pupils about opportunities to become mobile in Europe at an information fair in each school.

  3. Final Conference | 25.09.2019
    The project will end with a final conference that involves representatives from politics and civil society at which the students present the results of their work.


Who can apply?
The project is directed to students of all subject areas who have a strong interest in Europe and the European Union. Prior engagement in projects related to the EU as well as experience in teaching and working with pupils are an asset but not required.

What languages skills are needed?

The project language is English. Workshops at schools will also be given in English. Hence the students should have a very good command of English. Other language skills are also welcome.

How can I apply?

To apply please fill in the application form and attach:

  • a letter of motivation (approx. 1 page) including a brief outline of your experience and qualifications which might be useful for the project
  • your CV
  • Europamobil application form [PDF]

Depending on the university, the participation may be recognised as an internship or an ECTS equivalent.

Application Deadline: 26.05.2019

Download all information in our brochure. [PDF]
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us: europamobil(at)stiftung-genshagen.de!


Stiftung Genshagen
Am Schloss 1
14974 Genshagen

Stephen Bastos (Project Leader)

Gesine Reichel (Project Assistant)