Erasmus Student Network (ESN)

We want to dedicate today’s post to Erasmus Student Network (ESN), which is the biggest student association in Europe. For 25 years, students have been helping others in the whole process of their journey abroad, promoting mobility, tolerance and open-minded approach to life.

Don’t miss the opportunity to visiting its webpage and getting to know more about this international student association which was born in 1989 aiming for the support and development of student exchange.

Thanks ESN!

ESN Erasmus Student Network

This is ESN

Hope ESN encourages our students to start our little Erasmus Student Association in our schools within Erasmus+ IHMB project.

Oxygen Bike, starts our Erasmus+ Action 100% Board

We start our Erasmus+ Action 100% board with Oxygen Bike, Spanish bike store that generously contributed with the prizes of the preliminary phase of our Logo Contest.


We hope this is just the starting point of this ambitious challenge intending to involve 100 companies from the four partner’s countries during the two years life of our project Erasmus+ IHMB. 




Transnational Meeting (Sweden)

One week (13-17 November, 2017) of productive and intensive work during the first transnational meeting of our strategic partnership held in Stockholm, actually in Kunsangen where our host Upplands-Bro Gymnasiet is located.

The Transnational Meeting 1, TM_1 ‘Starting Line’ as it’s called by this international team,   has been a great opportunity for getting agreements  and reviewing our first year planning beyond the limits of the online communication, so we all benefit from this face-to-face cooperation activity.  Important issues were discussed, such as the review of the budget of each country, the activities planning for first year as well of the distribution of them between partners, dates and program of short-term exchanges and the dissemination plan.

We also enjoyed the presentations made by teachers and students of each country and  the celebration of the final phase of our ‘Logo Contest’, which finished with a close victory for a Spanish student, Sonia Álvarez, whose design will be upgraded by Sofia Eklund, Graphic Design teacher in Upplands-Bro Gymnasiet (Sweden).

Finally, we would like to thanks the attention by part of Jesper Sjögren director of education and Lisa Edward’s first vice chairman of the board of education in Upplands-Bro, who gave us the chance to present them our project ‘IHMB – Inclusion Through a Healthy Mind and Body’. They showed interest in the activities done by the moment and pushed us to keeping ahead in the same direction.

Enjoy this photo-video presentation:





Logo contest in which students of the four partner schools has taken part. Difficult decision in our final phase in Sweden, but happy all to have a nice logo which will be our image during these two years of project’s life.

Student’s designs selected for the final phase in Sweden