The EU funded project to enhance people-to-people-contacts between Belarus and the EU for promoting mutual understanding and exchange of best practice has been launched.
MOST is providing professional exchange and mobility opportunities between Belarus and the EU.
MOST offers such opportunities for about 1.500 Belarusians within the implementation period till December 2017.
MOST core sectors are culture, education and youth, science and technology. Applications from other sectors (i.e. economy, public health, energy, public administration etc.) are welcome.
MOST mobility actions may be arranged in the following formats:
Small groups — short term (2 to 5 persons — up to 7 days).
Individuals — short term (up to 7 days).
Individuals — long term (internships/placements up to 4 weeks).
MOST target countries are all 28 EU member states.
MOST covers all expenditures of the mobility actions, such as travel, accommodation, subsistence, visa, insurance, and entrance fees.
MOST applications will be evaluated by expert teams and approved by the MOST Steering Committee.
MOST is implemented by a consortium consisting of Goethe-Institut (leading partner) and British Council and supervised by a Steering Committee consisting of the EU Delegation to Belarus and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus.