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Digas is a 2-year strategic partnership project supported by the European ERASMUS+, KA2 programme.The project addresses the European target: foster citizens' potential and ensure employability by:
Four students from AP University College left from 12th till 23th September to Poland. They took part in a project WalkAbout2014 GGULIVRR@Lödz together with about 20 other students from Finland, Ireland and Poland. 
Young people who study or train abroad not only gain knowledge in specific disciplines, but also strengthen key transversal skills which are highly valued by employers. A new study on the impact of the European Union's Erasmus student exchange programme shows that graduates with international experience fare much better on the job market.
Entrepreneurship education in biotechnology comes of age in Europe. In pursuit of new learning and teaching methodologies in entrepreneurship education, the BIOINNO EU-funded project is about the teaching of a diverse set of skills and the cultivation of talents that students need to create new ventures, recognize opportunities, and innovate in the course of their careers. 
Gaëlle Smekens – Student International Entrepreneurship: I really enjoyed the guest speakers with their very interesting topics.
Knowledge Alliances (KA) work towards the successful use of research-based knowledge in stimulating innovation and technology transfer.
From 29th July till 11th August, three of our students participated in the Summer Camp in Norway, organised by different partners of the network for higher education institutions, SPACE. Together with students from Finland and Denmark, they developed promotional projects for small local enterprises in the local nutrition and tourism sector.
The transition of youngsters with a secondary diploma to the labour market often tends to be problematic. In the project ‘Kick-start your future’, we first make an overview of the expectations and needs regarding basic competences that youngsters need to enter the labour market successfully.
From 3 to 5 July 2013 the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA) and the Network of Flemish-Dutch Journalism Institutes (VNOJ) organize the Third World Conference for Journalism Education.
The IP Vadrimat II (Value Driven Management) took place at the InHolland University College, Netherlands, from 6th until 17th May.  Students and coaches from the Netherlands (InHolland), Hungary (Szeged University), UK (York St John University), Spain (ISSA – Universidad de Navarra), Romania (George Bacovia University) and Belgium (Plantijn University College) worked together in this intensive program.