MOB G.A.E. 1st International Newsletter
MOBility as a source of personal and professional Growth, Autonomy and Employability
Dear reader,

Welcome to the MOB G.A.E newsletter!
In this first edition we are delighted to introduce the project to you; its aims and first achievements, our upcoming activities, and the stories of former participants attending mobility projects. You can follow the developments of the project by visiting the MOB G.A.E project on: our website, Facebook and Twitter.
If you want to read the stories of former participants who have undertaken a mobility project please check our latest stories.
If you want to post your story, please contact Cap Ulysse at
If you want to know more, please do not hesitate to contact us via email or telephone.
We are happy to keep you informed about MOB G.A.E.'s activities.
We would appreciate your feedback and wish you an informative read!
Your MOB G.A.E. Team

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

MOB G.A.E - MOBility as a source of personal and professional Growth, Autonomy and Employability is a Lifelong learning KA4 project co-fundend by the European Union and promoted by the 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) and PLATO (CY).     MOB G.A.E. aims to evaluate and disseminate the impact of international mobility experiences within the framework of EU programmes. A group of former participants will be interviewed, concerning their personal and professional development and their awareness as European Citizens. MOB G.A.E aims to disseminate and exploit existing case stories, good practices, positive changes among the ex participants, the partners within and outside the consortium (enterprises, public institutions, NGOs), acting as promoters, hosting, sending and intermediary partners, interested in improving the quality of their work.
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Kick off meeting in Florence, 24th and 25th January 2014

The MOB G.A.E. consortium met in Florence for a 2 day kick off meeting in order to share and discuss the project concept, aims and objectives, and the activities and tasks to be carried out by all partners within the project. There was a joint reflection on what the challenges might be and on the most effective ways to achieve the project aims.

First stories published on MOB G.A.E.’s Blog

Get inspired by the stories from former beneficiaries of mobility projects, who have shared their personal and professional changes after a mobility project experience.
"I started to play the piano when I was 8 years old as a game and almost with the same spirit I applied for the European mobility programme that has completely changed my professional and personal life."- Lidia
"(...) one week after finishing my final exams and handing in my dissertation, I booked a one way ticket to Bordeaux. That was almost 4 years ago, and I'm still in Bordeaux." - Aoife

If you are a former beneficiary of a mobility project or a tutor in a hosting company, you can contribute to our blog and share your story! Find out more about how to contribute to our BLOG! In case you need support, please contact Cap Ulysse at or AEF at

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Research The research phase

The aim of our research is to investigate if and how a mobility project experience can impact skills, knowledge and behaviors. The focus is on what makes a person employable, socially integrated, independent, and able to continuously learn from experience in order to contribute to society. If you are eager to contribute to the research phase, please contact AEF at

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EU This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Project code 543296-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA4-KA4MP