Inclusion in Higher Education – Adaptation of HEIs’ work processes
This event is envisaged to enable participants to learn about different approaches to the inclusion, which would finally help them change their HEI’s approach and work processes in a way that will best respond to the needs of the defined target groups for each HEI.
The participants of the event will be mainly representatives of HEIs (ECHE holders) working in international-relation offices (IROs), or other people involved in implementation of KA1 project mobilities in higher education.
By participating in this event, higher education institutions will gain significant insight into inclusion measures that will greatly facilitate and direct their work on the adaptation of HEIs’ work processes, at least when it comes to Erasmus+ mobility projects in higher education.
This event will also promote good practice examples from different countries that can guide the event participants in the best way to implement the inclusion measures on an institutional level.
- The event participants will be able to recognise the importance of inclusion in KA1 mobility project in higher education and to implement and adjust activities at their home institutions in line with the Erasmus+ inclusion rules;
- Participants should also learn about the obligations brought upon by the new Erasmus+ programme, related to inclusion in KA1 mobility projects in higher education;
- Finally, the event participants will learn about best practices established in HEIs when it comes to the adjusting calls for mobility applications, inclusion support provided by IRO before, during and after the mobilities, promotional activities that could help reach out to target groups, etc.
Participants from abroad: During the event, the organizer covers the costs of accommodation for 2 nights (July 7th and 8th) and meals and refreshments for participants.
Participants from Serbia: Foundation Tempus covers 95% of travel costs on a refundable basis (participants are, according to the rules of the Erasmus + programme obliged to co-finance their participation with 5%). During the event, the costs of meals and refreshments are covered.
Partners and participants
The event is oriented towards representatives of higher education institutions (HEIs), holders of Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE), dealing with the Erasmus+ mobility projects and international cooperation in general.
We welcome members of HEIs’ international relations offices, but also members of the HEI management, tasked with duties related to the international cooperation and the Erasmus+ programme.
Pending booked places