Skip to ContentSkip to Navigation
Language Centre
Language Centre About us News

MAGICC project selected as "success story" by European Commission

30 November 2015

The MAGICC project has been selected as a "success story" by a panel of experts from the Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission. It has also been marked as such in the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform.

The Erasmus+ Project Results Platform is a database where you can find descriptions and results of projects supported by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport, as well as its predecessor programmes. European Commission "Success stories" are finalised projects that have distinguished themselves by their impact, contribution to policy-making, innovative results and/or creative approach and can be a source of inspiration for others.

The University of Groningen Language Centre was heavily involved in the Life-long Learning project MAGICC, funded by the Council of Europe. The main aim of this 3-year project was to create modules for the Bachelor's and Master's levels, through which students learn to work in a variety of languages and with different cultures simultaneously, building up skills and competences relevant to the workplace they will find themselves in after their studies.

Last modified:22 December 2023 10.09 a.m.
View this page in: Nederlands

More news

  • 22 April 2024

    Trump or no trump, that is the question

    UG researchers Ritumbra Manuvie, Pieter de Wilde, and Lisa Gaufman look ahead to the elections in India, Europe, and the United States, respectively. This week: Lisa Gaufman.

  • 15 April 2024

    ‘The European elections will be as boring as always’

    UG researchers Ritumbra Manuvie, Pieter de Wilde, and Lisa Gaufman look ahead to the elections in India, Europe, and the United States, respectively. This week: Pieter de Wilde. He predicts that the European elections will be as boring as always.

  • 25 March 2024

    Dyslexia: an 'underestimated' disorder

    Liset Rouweler is a researcher at the Dyslexia Center Groningen. According to her, about 1,000 to 1,500 students at the RUG have dyslexia, yet many do not know where to turn. Rouweler and her team are trying to give this group a helping hand.