From the 5-6th of November, ESN UofG was invited to join The European Society UK (TES UK) at Europe House in London along with Young European Movement (YEM) and Youth for Europe (YFE) to discuss European Affairs and the future of European-focussed youth organisations in the UK. Theodora, ESN UofG’s Web Projects Administrator, travelled from Glasgow to London to make sure a strong voice from the University of Glasgow was heard throughout the discussions.

TES UK introduced their main projects, such as Café Europe, Europe at School and Explore Europe. All the organisations represented share a main goal and that is to promote European culture and student mobility, therefore the conference was a great opportunity to think of ways to encourage internationalisation by sharing best practices and building connections and collaborative structures. ESN UofG’s ideas and contributions were widely recognised as valuable and insightful, and we look forward to designing and implementing exciting new mobility-oriented projects as a result of this weekend.