Beppe Severgnini Unveils the Erasmus Boom: University of Trieste’s International Drive

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by InTrieste

The University of Trieste is going all-in on the Erasmus program, cranking up funding by a whopping 63% compared to 2021, thanks to a boost from the national agency Indire.

Notable journalist and author Beppe Severgnini, a die-hard Erasmus advocate, brought his infectious enthusiasm to the university’s International Day. Severgnini not only champions the idea of students exploring Europe but also stresses the art of convincing them to bring that international mojo back home.

Spain, Germany, France, Portugal, Belgium, and Denmark are the hot picks, drawing students eager for an academic adventure on foreign soil.

In the interview with InTrieste, Severgnini dives deep into the Erasmus program’s significance and its pivotal role in shaping globally-minded individuals. The University of Trieste’s hefty investment isn’t just about dollars; it’s a strategic move to mold a new breed of worldly scholars.

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