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Welcome to the LIFE Project

An Erasmus Plus Project

LIFEHow can schools prepare their students better for the labour market? How can local companies find better employers and grow in an international market?

LIFE stands for Linking Interests For Europe. We will try to link the interests of our students, schools and our local companies in our Erasmus Plus Project. Our students will be trained in marketing and will visit local companies in other countries, which they will promote later at a market fair at their own school in their own country. The local companies will get promotional material in four different languages and will get the opportunity to meet future employers and will get publicity abroad.

Our partners

Local companies in Belgium, Germany, Italy and Portugal

A school in Belgium, Germany, Italy and Portugal

European Union: An Erasmus Plus Project

Conferences

Latest News

November 2015

The LIFE Project had a kick-off meeting in Dendermonde in Belgium. German, Italian and Portuguese students visited Callebaut and the local brewery Vicaris. They learnt the basics of Marketing and Publicity.

April 2016

Belgian, German and Italian students visited the local companies Centimfe, FRUBAÇA and the glass bottle company Vidrala (GALLO VIDROS) in Portugal. They were trained in the psychology of marketing at Leiria. Watch the video which the German students made about this conference.

October 2016

The LIFE Project was presented at a Headteachers' Conference in Vienna which was attended by representatives from 16 different schools from 14 different countries. Go to this site for more information about this conference. Click here for the presentation of LIFE as delivered by Koen Van Cauwenberge.

November 2016

Belgian, German and Italian students were received at Imola in Italy. They had workshops on marketing, business communication, sponsorship and crowdfunding. They visited the international ceramics company La Fabbrica and Ca Monti.