Erasmus Day Live
Orario & Sede
In the European Union, university students are about 12 million, and it should also be considered that every year about 2 million of them participate in the Erasmus program.
The Erasmus program, launched by the European Commission in 1987 and officially integrated in 2007 with the Erasmus Day Live project, has as its central objective the promotion of student mobility.
Erasmus Day Live intends to promote knowledge of the European Union, its history and its institutions, also through the involvement and interaction with young artists in different contexts: arts, music and sport.
The project is created in collaboration with the European Parliament, and is sponsored by the Representation in Italy of the European Commission, the Youth Department of the Italian Republic, the Piedmont Region and the City of Turin.
Since 2007 it has involved over 190,000 students, through the active collaboration of over 50 universities throughout Europe and the participation of various cultural bodies and associations such as: the CRT Foundation, the Turin Chamber of Commerce, the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts of Turin, the Teatro Stabile di Torino, the Italian Rugby Federation, the AutoMotoClub Storico Italiano and the Mauritian Order Foundation.