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Call for communication officer

Be the first OCEANS Network communication officer! The communication officer position requires a candidate to manage the external communication of the organization, through its Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn channels.

Will you be the next OCEANS Representative in your Country?

The OCEANS Network is expanding worldwide and we are looking for enthusiastic Country Representatives to form a solid team of ambassadors promoting the values of our network and the benefits of international mobility.Who can candidate? No specific expertise is required, any OCEANS member with enthusiasm and curiosity can candidate. The only mandatory requirement is to be resident during the academic year 2015-2016 in the country you would like to represent (meaning that you spend at least 50%...

Meet the New Board and Team Coordinators

After the elections that took place last week, the Oceans Network has a new Board and Teams Coordinators! The new representatives will start operating as from 23 March 2015 and their mandate will last until 31 March 2016. The whole Network congratulates with all the newly elected candidates and wish them good luck with the work ahead during this year!Meet the BoardPresident: Neringa TumenaiteVice-President (Head of International Development): Melania LottiHead of Internal Affairs &...

Call for elections

OCEANS is going worldwide and looking for new volunteers and a new Board! It is now your chance to join and influence the future of the growing  global student and alumni association.  Erasmus + is the new programme of the EU which will connect academic mobility students and alumni from all over the world. Simultaneously, OCEANS Network is getting ready develop into a worldwide organisation, welcoming over 20.000 new members the following years. For this, we will need the expertise...

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Welcome to OCEANS Network

OCEANS Network – is a network for students and alumni of specific bi-lateral exchange programmes between the European Union on the one side and the industrialised countries (Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and the USA) on the other side. The student exchanges aim at promoting better relations between the people, improving the intercultural understanding and knowledge transfer.

OCEANS Network is run by the students and alumni themselves with the help of a service provider and it is funded by the European Commission.

Members can join workshops, conferences and higher education fairs all over the world, travel and accommodation scholarships included!

 

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