This week students from Ghent University have started their internship at GeoSLab in the frame of MY GEO (Geo Tools for Modernization and Youth Employment), a project funded by the European Commission through its Erasmus+ Programme.
The project “MY GEO” ultimately aims at fostering the employability of students in higher education through promoting the acquisition of key skills related to the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools.
Among the different activities to be carried out in the project, it´s important to highlight the international mobility of students from each partner University to each partner company. The mobility will be aimed at further empowering the participants on the use of GIS tools, through work-based learning experiences.
More information about MY GEO: https://www.mygeoproject.eu/