Let’s explore: Our sustainable city guide

Our postcard invites your to explore and learn more about sustainable sights and initiatives in our cities: Copenhagen; Rome; Braga; Budapest and Stuttgart. Just scan the QR code and let us be your guides.

If you like to lean more, find some interesting background here:


The Erasmus project YOU sends warmest wishes for a Happy New Year! “Growing up in times of change” is our project titel and the topic of the videos we invite you to share

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For our last online conference students of Agrupamento de Escolas de Maximinos (Braga), Eötvös József Gimnázium (Budapest), Liceo Statale Farnesina (Rome), N. Zahles Gymnasieskole (Copenhagen) and Geschwister-Scholl-Gymnasium (Stuttgart) produced videos that introduce social or sustainable initiatives in these times of transition at our schools or in our communities.

You are welcome to follow these links and share your thoughts with us.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qac05spnBkk  (Braga)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yJ7NCusW20 (Budapest)

 Erasmus #2.mp4   (Copenhagen)

https://youtu.be/MOcBHQAzFXg (Rome)

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTvNCESA1HA  (Stuttgart)

How the Covid 19 pandemic affects us

As part of our project “Young-Open-United: Growing up in times of change” supported by Erasmus + we would like to share our experience of the challenges the pandemic makes us and our parents and grandparents face in our daily lives. We invite you to share comments, questions and your own concerns with us.

Please find the two contributions from Copenhagen here:

Here you can access the contribution from Budapest:


Here are news from Rome and from Stuttgart:


Young Europeans’ hopes and concerns

As part of our Erasmus + school cooperation in the project “YOU Young-Open-United: Growing up in times of change” we have carried out surveys at our schools in Braga, Budapest, Copenhagen, Rome and Stuttgart. Please find our results here and share your observations and questions with us. We’d love to include your reactions in our concluding analysis.

Here you can find the current results of the ongoing survey in Braga:


How career opportunities in Europe have changed

We talked to our parents and learned quite a lot about their professional biography.  

What are parallels and differences comparing nowadays 2020 to how our parents’ found their way into a career after school? This is what we at Agrupamento de Escolas de Maximinos (Braga), Eötvös József Gimnázium (Budapest), Liceo Statale Farnesina (Rome), N. Zahles Gymnasieskole (Copenhagen) found out during our Erasmus +project.

How about you and your folks? Please join us on our journey into the past and share your thoughts.

 Geschwister-Scholl-Gymnasium https://youtu.be/DlmsMuGr3xg

Liceo Statale Farnesina https://youtu.be/aqtoaZStRW0

Agrupamento de Escolas de Maximinos https://youtu.be/ho–Qvwm6dU

Eötvös József Gimnázium https://youtu.be/3JSuexbiH6A

Discovering future options

Now online, V-logs of our first student conference in Stuttgart in November 2019. It was a busy, inspiring week finding out about our partners’ education systems, internships and work opportunities, sharing our plans for life after school, getting to know companies in the Stuttgart region and finding out about opportunities for young people. We are very grateful for the support of the Erasmus + programme, that made this conference possible.

Please follow the links and find out how the Student delegations from Braga, Copenhagen, Budapest, Rome and Stuttgart feel about their experience.

Braga: https://youtu.be/JJ_g3Xj9XUQ

Copenhagen: https://youtu.be/NHmReCe9XZg

Rome: https://youtu.be/HoeCu4OgJAQ

Stuttgart: https://youtu.be/N7OEKLZOemo

Budapest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJytV6tlKXI

YOU Young – Open – United: Growing up in Times of Change

Growing up in times of change


Agrupamente de Escolas de Maximinos (Braga), Eötvös József Gimnázium (Budapest), Geschwister-Scholl-Gymnasium (Stuttgart), Liceo Statale Farnesina (Rome) and N. Zahles Gymnasie Skole (Copenhagen) invite you to share ideas, impressions and results of our project work on:

Growing up in times of change

Here we’d like to introduce our schools and how they prepare us for future challenges to you.

Enjoy a visit to Agrupamente de Escolas de Maximinos (Braga) here:

Visit Eötvös József Gimnázium (Budapest): https://drive.google.com/file//1cHI17M1kMHCl2YSUyf4h0UqNR0IxHmsZ/view

Here you can visit Liceo Statale Farnesina (Rome): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_–CgCbU-QI&t=15s

What kind of future awaits us 50 years from now?


This collection of short science fiction stories, poems and art work will give you an insight into the way we – students from Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Rome, and Stuttgart – imagine the future and bring you closer to our individual visions of Europe in 2050 and beyond. It is part of our project “Limes: Borders and Bridges – Challenging division in Europe” supported by the European programme Erasmus plus and will introduce you to fictitious societal and political concepts, involving controversial issues such as digitalization, international affairs or climate change. Above all, we are taking you on a unique journey through worlds, where understanding of society and fundamental values have changed dramatically, all told through the eyes of characters who are deeply involved in those issues.

We sincerely hope, that you enjoy the journey into the future and are grateful for your comments, thoughts questions, suggestions and ideas.

June 2019

LIMES students and teachers from Eötvös Jósef Gimnázium (Budapest), Liceul Tehnologic Mircea Vulcanescu (Bucharest), N Zahles Gymnasieskole (Copenhagen), Liceo Statale Farnesina (Rome), Geschwister-Scholl-Gymnasium (Stuttgart).

Thank you Bucharest, the German girls wrote a few lines to express all your guests gratitude.

After visiting Bucharest for one week, all of us made new friends, learned a lot of new things about Europe and Bucharest and had a better impression of how difficult it is to be a politician.
So first of all we would like to thank all the Romanian teachers, students and host families for making this week so great and letting us be part of your daily lives. Your warm welcome immediately created a nice atmosphere that lasted the whole week long and made it very easy and harmonious to work together at the project.
Added to that, thank you for giving us the chance to visit all the interesting sights and museums that gave us a very good impression of the past and the present situation of Romania.
But of course not only the Romanian teachers did a good job at planning this project but also all the teachers from the other countries had very different and interesting games and projects that made this week varied and exciting.
Furthermore, we were really appreciative of the opportunity to communicate with people of our age from different European countries. It wasn’t only interesting to hear about their everyday lives but to hear about their political opinions as well.

So all in all the German group wants to thank everyone who made this week unforgetable, let us experience a lot of new things and opened their houses and hearts for us.