The Councillor for Education has received Tuesday at the Palace Hall to Belgian exchange students with IES Espada and students from various countries of Erasmus + Project with IES Carthago Spartaria, found these days in the city
Students from several European countries found these days in Cartagena through exchange programs with secondary schools, visited Tuesday the Palace Hall, where they expected an exceptional guide, the Councillor for Education, David Martinez, who has given them Welcome to the city and accompanied them on a guided tour various rooms of the building.
It was, first, a group of students from the European School of Sciences of Belgium, sharing with students from IES Jimenez of Spain, and, secondly, the receipt of another group of students Project Erasmus + The European religions, the Action KA2 where the IES Carthago Spartaria, from Romania, Italy and France participates program.
Based on the project objectives, such as improving the use of foreign languages, advance the use of new technologies and share information from other cultures for better mutual knowledge, the mayor of Education has highlighted these student exchanges as something beneficial both for the city, which has much to offer and publicize regarding heritage, cuisine and culture to young people, who leave here happy with the wonders of the city, which then spread when they return to their hometowns.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena