The European Citizenship Trimester Programme (ECTP) was born in 2009 as an intra-European trimester secondary-school exchange focusing on European and Active Citizenship. ECTP is run by the European Federation for Intercultural Learning – EFIL-, namely the Federation of AFS organisations in Europe. The 3 month exchange takes place between August and November with a joint ECTP Brussels Camp at the end November/beginning of December, before the students are going home to their countries. ECTP now counts 25 partners in Europe and about 240 participants. Participants are between 15 and 18 years old.
Want to become a participant of the next edition of the European Citizenship Trimester Programme? Contact the AFS organisation in your country!
Would you like to volunteer for ECTP? Come and join!
Would you like to offer your 15-18 year old son or daughter an experience that allows to develop intercultural competences, European identity, a sense of active citizenship and also learn or improve a foreign language…without loosing a school year?
Your school wants to widen the learning opportunities for students? Sending and Hosting students as part of the European Citizenship Trimester Programme can be the answer!
From Sunday 29 November to Thursday 3 December 2015, 220 youth gathered near Brussels to share what it means to live in another European country for 3 months and be part of the European Citizenship Trimester Programme – ECTP, the exchange programme run by AFS organisations in Europe and coordinated by EFIL. This meeting[...]
Asta is from Iceland and writing her exchange experience from Denmark. https://evagoethalsturkey.wordpress.com/ Giorgia Ferraro is writing her experience in Italian http://giorgiaindenmark.blogspot.be/
From Sunday 30 November to Thursday 4 December 240 youth gathered near Brussels to share what it means to live in another European country for 3 months and be part of the European Citizenship Trimester Programme – ECTP, the exchange programme run by AFS organisations in Europe and coordinated by EFIL. This meeting is the[...]
Have a look at some of our participants blogs here…