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Developing Internationalisation strategies of Higher Education - Looking beyond EU borders

Main Info

Sector:
Priority:
Internationalisation
Type of presence:
Face-to-Face
Venue country:
Malta
Venue city:
Valletta
Working language:
English
Key Action:
TCA programme:
Postponed:
No
E+ Academy:
No
Start date:
04.06.2019
End date:
05.06.2019
Subtopic:

TCA Description

Themes and goals:
To help HEIs in developing their synergies and strategies in order to attract students and staff to undergo a mobility to HEIs in partner countries.The main objectives:·         Provide opportunities for the sharing of knowledge, good practices and experiences related to different aspects of KA107 mobility projects, particularly, but not limited to, the development of high quality internationalisation strategies; ·         Analyse HEI’s approach to the development of internationalisation strategies. An insight on the additional challenges faced by smaller HEIs will also be provided;·         Explore the ways and means through which HEIs can ensure that the selection of partner countries fits their respective internationalisation strategies, as well as the internationalisation strategies of the partner countries, and  how to reinforce cooperation with said partner countries; ·         Analyse the ways and means of how to successfully tap into different budget envelopes;·         Analyse how to set more ambitious targets for future calls; ·         Analyse how to measure the outcomes of such projects, and their impact on both the applicant HEIs and the partner countries; ·         Provide opportunities for networking. 
Expected results:
Participants should expect to grasp a better understanding of KA107, especially the development of high quality internationalisation strategies, which reflect the objectives of the applicant HEIs, as well as those of the partner countries. The focus on the sharing of experiences should also enable participants to gather new ideas. To this effect, the ultimate aim of this TCA is to help participants develop successful applications for future calls. There will be also time for networking.  
Additional information:
The dates of this TCA are indicative and are subject to changes. 

Partners and participants

Organising NA:
MT01 - European union Programmes Agency
Number of participants:
20
Participants per country:
2 - Any
Profile of participants:
Representatives from Higher Education Institutions
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Pending co-organising partner applications(s)

Pending booked places

Accepted co-organising partner(s)

Accepted places

Co-organising partners:
Pending co-organising partner applications(s):
0
Accepted co-organising partner(s):
0
Sending partners:
EE01 - 1 HR01 - 1 IS01 - 1 LU01 - 1 NL01 - 1 SK01 - 2 UK01 - 1 SE01 - 2
Pending booked places:
0
Accepted places:
10

Activity Application

Start date of activity application:
18.07.2019
Application deadline:
15.03.2019
Confirmation deadline for Sending NAs:
18.03.2019
Confirmation deadline for Organising NAs:
19.04.2019
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