INTERNATIONAL WEEKS an Europäischen Universitäten/BOKU Partneruniversitäten

"International Weeks" oder "Staff Training Weeks" werden von europäischen Unis bzw. BOKU Partneruniversitäten organisiert und themenspezifisch angeboten. Das Programm dauert meist eine Woche und wird oft für bestimmte Zielgruppen angeboten, z.B. Bibliotheks-, PR-, Rechnungswesen-, Personalmanagement-Mitarbeiter_innen, uvm. Solche Staff Trainings ermöglichen einen intensiven Austausch  mit europäischen Kolleg_innen und das Kennenlernen von anderen Universitäten in Europa. Teilweise sind diese Wochen auch mit einem Sprachtraining kombiniert. Aufenthalts- und Reisekosten können über das Erasmus+ Staff Training Programm gedeckt werden.


SUCHE nach Staff Trainings und International Weeks:

Über die europäische Plattform Imotion kann nach Staff Training Weeks europaweit gezielt gesucht werden. Die Webseite entstand im Rahmen eines Erasmus-Projekts des UNICA Netzwerks (IMOTION project - Integration and Promotion of Staff Training Courses at Universities across Europe).
 


Angebote aus dem Internationalen Newsletter der BOKU:

2019 und 2020

Verschiedene Angebote, die an mehreren Terminen stattfinden:

Teacher Refresher Course, Ireland / Language & Methodology / courses in June, July and August

Who is this course for?

  • English Language Teachers (TEFL/TESOL) and for those for whom English is a Medium of Instruction (E.M.I) such as teachers and lecturers in third-level institutions and teachers in both primary and secondary schools.

 
What does the course cover?

  • Methodology and latest ELT developments;
  • Developing material evaluation and creation skills;
  • Integrating technology into the classroom;
  • Developing effective language skills and language system lessons;
  • Developing skills to integrate pronunciation improvement effectively into your teaching contexts;
  • Developing skills for different teaching contexts and environments;
  • Empowering learner autonomy.

This course provides an opportunity to familiarize yourself with latest innovations in English language teaching and to share your own teaching experience with fellow practitioners from around the world in a series of interactive input sessions.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ teaching staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

Further information about the staff training

Staff Training Weeks, UPV Valencia / trainings for different staff categories / in November, December, March, April, May at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain

The Polytechnic University of Valencia offers staff training weeks for different target groups in the autumn and spring semester:

19th STP VALENCIA: LANGUAGES & IT TRAINING FOR UNIVERSITY STAFF
Target group: teaching and non-teaching University Staff
Monday, 18th November - Friday, 22nd November 2019
More info
 
8th ADM VALENCIA: TRAINING & JOB SHADOWING FOR ADMINISTRATION STAFF
Target group: staff dealing with student and/or teaching staff administration, academic issues, human resources, finances and accountancy, administrative support to research, technology transfer, and/or institutional communication.
Monday, 9th December - Friday, 13th December 2019
More info
 
SPRING SEMESTER
10th IRO VALENCIA: TRAINING & COACHING FOR INTERNATIONAL OFFICERS

Human-based International Relations
Target group: international officers and international coordinators
Monday, 2nd March - Friday, 6th March 2020
More info
 
8th SSS VALENCIA: TRAINING & JOB SHADOWING FOR SUPPORT SERVICES STAFF
Target group: housekeepers, facility managers, front desk officers, receptionists, info box officers, welcome officers.
Monday, 30th March - Friday, 3rd April 2020
More info
 
9th ADM VALENCIA: TRAINING & JOB SHADOWING FOR ADMINISTRATION STAFF
Target group: staff dealing with student and/or teaching staff administration, academic issues, human resources, finances and accountancy, administrative support to research, technology transfer, and/or institutional communication.
Monday, 25th May - Friday, 29th May 2020
More info
 
20th STP VALENCIA: LANGUAGES & IT TRAINING FOR UNIVERSITY STAFF
Target group: teaching and non-teaching University Staff
Monday, 8th June - Friday, 12th June 2020
More info

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Staff mobility: Creativity in Teaching & Learning using ICT The Digital Classroom at Alcalá de Henares, Spain

This Cervantes training course is designed to help teachers to start using Web 2.0 technologies in everyday classroom in a practical and realistic way. The course content is not limited to teachers of a specific subject, it is open to teachers of all subjects and levels. The aim of the course is to enable participants to use ICT tools through Web 2.0, Social Networking, Blogging and Edmodo from a didactical perspective and enhancing language interdisciplinary inquiry through a Digital Classroom.

If you plan to attend a staff training week and if you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the training offer

ERASMUS+ Staff training courses organized in different locations in 2019

This website provides an overview of different ERASMUS+ staff training courses:
 

If you plan to attend one of these staff training weeks and want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Staff Mobility Training, Serbia / One available place for training (or guest-teaching) at the University of Novi Sad / Apply now! Mobility must be completed by 31 July 2020

Within the framework of the Erasmus+ KA107 programme a financial subsidy is offered for training or guest-teaching (7 days; guest teachers should be able to prove at least 8 hours of teaching) at the University of Novi Sad in Serbia. The mobility must be completed by July 31st 2020.

In case you are interested please contact Lisa Maria Schmidtberger from the Center for International Relations (.

Further information

January 2020

International Research Symposium & Staff Week, France from 27-30 January at Sup’Biotech Paris / Topic: major fields of biotechnology with sessions in Stem Cell Biology, Agri-food technology, Bioinformatics and Humanities.

This Week is designed for Scientific, Academic and/or Administrative Staff. The International Research Symposium aims to gather scientists, industrials and students from major fields of biotechnology, with sessions in Stem Cell Biology, Agri-food technology, Bioinformatics and Humanities.

Further information about the staff week

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

February 2020

Staff Training: ELSE Project / Eco/logical Learning and Simulation Environments / 3-7 February, at Politecnico di Milano – Università degli Studi della Tuscia, Italy

For many academics, in particular, technology remains an innovative toolkit used to deliver traditional content: we use it to implement e-learning, to store traditional materials, to try to intrigue and engage students. Rarely do we succeed in using it as a means to drive a process of radical pedagogical innovation.

The ELSE project aims:

  • to design and disseminate a strategy to innovate HE teaching methods;
  • to design an integrated curriculum where the delivery of academic content is coterminous with, and enhanced by, the acquisition of competences and transversal skills appropriate for the digital age;
  • to fill the gap in the andragogical-pedagogical training of most academic staff.

Between February 3rd and 7th, 2020 ELSE partnership offers the chance to learn more about our pedagogies and to pilot our innovative digital tools through a training week (ISP) hosted by the Milan partner (HOC-Lab at Politecnico di Milano). Application deadline: 15 January 2020.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ teaching staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

Further information about the staff training

International Staff Training Week, Germany / from 17-21 February at Ludwigsburg University of Education, registration deadline: 15 December / Project Management in International Offices and Research Support Offices

If you are looking for an exchange platform on how to optimize the project management of your research or international projects, the Ludwigsburg University of Education invites you to join this interactive workshop format in February 2020 in the baroque city of Ludwigsburg. The training week combines sessions in which all participants will have a closer look at the project cycle with site visits in the Greater Stuttgart Area at another International Office and at the internationalisation agency of the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg. Participants are invited to share their experience with setting up projects but also with dissemination practices in an interactive workshop format.

Workshops for the following special interest groups: (European) Research Project Management, International Offices

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ teaching staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

Further information about the staff training week

March 2020

Teaching Mobility Pilot, France / Impact Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Innovation. Climate challenges: A contribution to change the world! / 2-3 March at UniLaSalle, France; application deadline: 12 December

This Teaching Mobility Week will be organised within the Teach With Erasmus+ project. For further information on the project, please visit the www.teachwitherasmus.eu website.

The topic of this week will be the " Impact Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Innovation. Climate challenges: A contribution to change the world!"

  • Time: 02-06 March, 2020
  • Venue: UniLaSalle, Beauvais, France
  • Application deadline: 12 December 2019
  • Target group for the event: higher education teaching staff from the following fields: (impact) entrepreneurship, innovation management, sustainable innovation.

To submit your application, please complete the online Application Form

Results will be announced by email on the 16-17 December 2019.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ teaching staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

Further information

International Teaching Week, Latvia at Liepaja University, from March 17-20/ Ecotechnologies, Nature and renewable energy resources management and engineering

This international week is open for academic staff  willing to give lectures, share experiences with LiepU professors and students, as well as to find common areas of cooperation. A week full of discussions, networking and sharing of best-practices will focus on different topics, therefore candidates are invited to submit their teaching proposals in the following study fields:

  • Nature and renewable energy resources management and engineering
  • Ecotechnologies

Registration deadline: February 17, 2020

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the teaching week

April 2020

International Staff Training Week, Estonia from 20 to 23 April at Tallinn University of Technology / Application deadline: 20 January

The International Staff Training Week aims to enhance international cooperation and experience sharing. With an added opportunity of learning about Tallinn University of Technology and Estonia.

During the week we will showcase services and initiatives which have been developed at TalTech to bring people closer to the university (from children to adults). The programme includes presentations and discussions on experiences.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

Further information

International Staff Week for administrative staff, Czech Republic from 20-25 April at Brno University of Technology /

The event will be held from 20th to 25th April 2020 and it is designed mostly for administrative staff responsible for the international agenda.

The purpose is to promote the idea of internationalization and strengthen our international partnership through personal meetings, presentations and workshops. Preliminary programme will be available in January but It would be great if we could further discuss topics below:

  • International student recruitment
  • Welcome services for students and academic staff
  • Erasmus+ mobility

Moreover, you can look forward to:

  • Faculty visits
  • Brno tour
  • Fruitful social programme

Further information about the staff week

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

May 2020

16th IPB Erasmus Week, Portugal / Teaching seminars and workshops / Application deadline: 15 January

The 16th edition of the IPB Erasmus Week will take place from 11th to 15th May 2020. The meeting will include teaching seminars and workshops with the international staff. Participants will have the opportunity to visit the IPB Schools and Offices, the cities of Bragança and Mirandela and the “Alto Douro” Wine Region UNESCO World Heritage.

Participants should apply online until 15th of January:

Up to 20 STT participants for International Relations Office and up to 5 STT participants for each IPB Department can apply: Academic Services, Accounting Department, Chemical and Biotechnological Laboratories, Image and Students Support Office (Marketing), Image Services (Design), Informatics Services, Library Management, and Purchase Department.

Participants will be notified of acceptance on 31st of January by email.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

More information about the Erasmus Week

Staff Training “ReSPECt” /Reinforce Sustainability in Partnerships and Exchanges to reduce Climate Impacts / from May 11-15 at University of Göttingen – application deadline: Dec. 15

The aim of the 14th Staff Training Week is to discuss and reflect in different working groups and sessions the main topic. Sharing good practise, getting fresh ideas and learning from each other a further important side effect of this week.

Presentations from University of Göttingen and guests, interactive workshops as well as departmental visits will be part of the programme. Beyond that you will discover Göttingen and its wonderful surroundings.

Application deadline: December 15

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the staff training

Staff Training Lab Staff Week, Portugal / for staff working in laboratories / 11-15 May, at Universidade do Minho – application deadline: 14 February

This week is specifically designed for staff working in laboratories. Along the week, participants will have the opportunity to attend several sessions, seminars and workshops and actively participate in the programme through the presentation of selected topics.

The programme will provide an intercultural learning experience through diverse networking moments creating the ideal atmosphere for the exchange of know-how and best practices between the participants as well as interact with staff from the University of Minho. The week will also include a social programme with cultural visits of the surrounding monuments.

Application deadline: 14 February 2020

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the staff training week

NTNU Staff Week, Norway / The Norwegian way – welcome at Norway’s largest university / from 12-15 May, at Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Programme

  • Alternative ways to welcome students
  • International Master's programmes
  • International student festival in Trondheim - the spirit of voluntary work
  • Skill development for administrative staff
  • Academic highlights at NTNU
  • Recruitment policy-female computer science students
  • Central support for Erasmus+ projects
  • Alumni at NTNU - the European Network
  • The outskirts of Trondheim
  • Campus and city walk
  • Optional: Opportunity to celebrate the National Constitution day 17 May, which will give you a deeper insight into Norwegian life and traditions

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

Further information

Staff Training Week, Georgia / from May 18-22, at Ivane Javakhishvili Tibilisi State University

Online application opens on 15 October

The agenda of the event has been designed to meet the interests of the staff from the universities of Erasmus+ Program Countries working on university internationalization including mobility programs, international student services, quality assurance, international cooperation and project management.

It will give the participants an introduction to the Georgian higher education system and provide an opportunity to discuss the trends and challenges the universities face in ever changing environment, as well as increase the cooperation opportunities among the event participants.

Application deadline: 13 March 2020.

In case you are interested please contact Katrin Hasenhündl vom Zentrum für Internationale Beziehungen

Further information

International Week, Portugal /Building Internationalization together / from 18-22 May, at Universidade de Aveiro; registration deadline: 30 November

The objective of this International Week is to provide an opportunity to personally meet colleagues from other HEI, foster cooperation, share good practices and discuss current topics on various fields of knowledge.

The motto of our 1st International Week will be "Building Internationalization Together", and special emphasis will be given to contributions on internationalization at home, managerial and societal implications of internationalization, HEI cooperation in international networks, innovative educational approaches in international contexts, as well as applied research and discussion of joint projects in the numerous scientific areas offered by UA.

For academic and administrative staff.
Registration deadline: 30 November

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ teaching staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

Further information about the international week

Statistic with R, Romania /Basic knowledge about the syntax and basis of the R programming language / from 25-29 May, at Ecological University of Bucharest

The goal of this training week is to provide participants with basic knowledge about the syntax and basis of the R programming language and to provide an overview of the main packages which are important for the statistical analysis.

Course Objectives:

  • Introduction in using software in statistical analysis
  • Working with datasets
  • Explore Descriptive statistics and Basic statistical tests with R environment
  • Create Data visualization and Data reporting

Expected Outcome:
After this course, participants will be able to develop basic R code and use R packages to perform some of the data analysis and visualization carried out in their research activities, including the management of their datasets.

Target Group: Teachers and Researchers using statistical methods in research work.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ teaching staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

Further information

June 2020

Language Training for University Staff, France from 22 to 26 June at University of Rouen Normandy / Application deadline: 1 March

The University of Rouen Normandy (URN) is pleased to announce its second International Staff Training Week: French course. These courses are taught by teachers specialized in teaching the French language. This week is designed for Academic and Administrative staff and any other staff with an interest in the French language.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

Further information about the staff training

July 2020

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September 2020

Oktober 2020

November 2019

TU Delft International Staff Exchange, Netherlands from Nov. 5-7, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands / Topics: Corporate Affairs, Int. student programmes, Communication & Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Alumni

During these days, Delft University would like to share its knowledge and experience with other partners, but would also like to learn from them. What plans and ambitions do different universities have? And what creative or smart ideas they are implementing?

TU Delft intend to organise sessions on the following topics:

  • Corporate Affairs
  • International Student Programmes
  • Student Communication and Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Alumni Relations

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

ISEW Club for Erasmus programme management for Erasmus institutional coordinators, experts and policy advisors from Nov. 13-15 at University of Helsinki - application deadline: Sept. 30

Theme: Getting the best out of Erasmus post 2020: Building strategies for mobilities and education cooperation projects (KA2)

  • Participant profile for Track 1: Erasmus Mobility:  Erasmus Institutional coordinators (KA103)
  • Participant profile for Track 2: Education Cooperation Projects: Specialists/Experts/policy advisors working with international education cooperation (Erasmus KA2) projects (at the central level).
  • It is possible to send a participant to both tracks from the same university.

University of Helsinki announces an ISEW Club with two specialized tracks in November 2019. This ISEW Club for Erasmus programme management invites Erasmus Institutional Coordinators and Experts and Policy Advisors working with Education Cooperation Projects to share thoughts, experiences and best practices of Erasmus activities in an interactive way. All delegates will be asked to contribute in advance with examples of best practices to enable active discussion and networking during the event. The two tracks will join together for a couple of sessions and the evening networking events.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website  and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about ISEW Club

4th International Teaching Forum, France from Nov. 13-15, application deadline: June 20 / Innovative Teaching Pedagogies, Interculturality & Transversal Skills

Organized by Université Clermont Auvergne (FRANCE) in association with Shanghai Normal University (CHINA) and Utah Valley University (UNITED STATES). Over two days, teachers and researchers will work on issues related to the contributions and limits of innovative teaching practices, based on experiments conducted more particularly (but not exclusively) in the field of communication and management. Venue: Université Clermont Auvergne, France. Working language: English.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

International Days: UNs SD Goals from Nov. 18-21 at University College of Northern Denmark / Application deadline: September 1

The International Days will focus on The United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG Goals) and how we can integrate them in our study programmes making a more internationalised curriculum and contributing in developing a global mind-set for our students.  

The International Days will feature both presentations by key-note speakers followed by workshops, lectures, panel debates, visits to companies and institutions who are committed to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and of course the opportunity for participants to network in between activities and have partner meetings.

Additional activities: workshops, panel debates, company visits, presenting your universities to students and staff.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the programme

International Week 2019 in Porto, Portugal - at the University of Porto, first application deadline: February 28 - 3 editions in May, July and November

The University of Porto is pleased to announce its International Week 2019, which will have 3 editions:
•    6th to 10th May English language (Deadline: 28th February)  
•    22nd to 26th July English language (Deadline: 26th May)
•    11th to 15th November English language (Deadline: 15th September)

This Staff Training Week is open to administrative staff from International Cooperation. With an intensive programme focused in the expansion of cooperation (through new tools and financial possibilities), this capacity building will offer an enriching international and intercultural learning experience and the opportunity to discuss interesting and important topics. The activities will comprise a range of issues through interactive group sessions including workshops and short certificated training courses, among others. Registration fee per participant: € 250,-; includes work and social programme.
 

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support (training or teaching), please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training/teaching funding.

Further information

International Staff Training Week from November 25-29, University of South Bohemia, CZ - Application deadline: October 15

The International Staff Week is designed mainly for participants working in the field of International Relations. The programme includes workshop sessions, networking events and presentation and a „tasting“ of the university and its faculties. The International Staff Week is a great opportunity to get to know the University of South Bohemia, meet new colleagues and exchange experience and good practices in the field of International Relations and internationalization.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the staff training

Staff Training „Erasmus on the Horizon” from Nov. 27-29 at Ghent University, Belgium – application deadline: Sept. 15 / Managing and Administering EU projects in Research and Education Beyond 2020

The goal of this staff training is to exchange insights and best practices regarding EU-policy, administering and managing EU-funded research and education projects. Staff who is supporting, advising or managing Horizon 2020 or Erasmus+ projects in a university setting, at a centralized level, is invited to participate.

Through its Erasmus+ and Horizon 2020 programmes, the European Union supports international exchanges for students, academic staff and researchers, as well as structured cooperation between higher education institutions, other stakeholders and public authorities in different countries.

Application deadline: September 15, 2019.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the staff training

December 2019

Staff Training, Belgium from 3-5 December at EUF in Brussels / Effective Management of Erasmus+ Projects

The “Effective Management of Erasmus+ projects” training is a 3-day event that will take place in the city of Brussels, from the 3rd to the 5th of December 219.

The training will be based on real cases and practices from former and current Erasmus+ projects and will offer an excellent opportunity to:

  • Find out more about the key success factors of highly impactful Erasmus+ projects;
  • Share and borrow project management ideas, tools and methods;
  • Meet colleagues who manage Erasmus+ projects in higher education, share your experience and learn from your peers from across Europe.

Further information about the staff training

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff mobility funding.

Erasmus+ Staff Week, Nürnberg, Germany from Dec. 2-6, at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg / The Digitalisation Challenge

The next staff week will focus on different aspects of digitalisation:

  • teaching within the university (E-learning, moodle) in cooperation with Innovation in Learning Institute (ILI) and Fortbildungszentrum Hochschullehre (University Training Center for teaching Staff)
  • administative procedures in general and in the international office
  • digital skills of students and staff
  • Erasmus without papers

Application deadline: August 28, 2019

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

Staff Training Week in Digital Internationalization - December 2-5, at Universität Konstanz, Germany / Strategies for International Offices, international E-learning Formats & New Approaches for Administration: Examples & Best Practices

Digital transformation does affect all aspects of our society. It also strongly affects the way we organize international collaborations at higher education institutions and the way universities deal with internationalization on various levels. Digital transformation will change the way we administrate international mobilities, teaching formats in the global context: digital transformation of exchange programs, research collaboration in global network, the structure of cooperation programs and support in international offices.

The Konstanz Staff Training Week is an opportunity to discuss different approaches of how higher institutions approach digitalization in the international context, discuss strategies of International Offices for new administrative procedures as well as new formats of international exchange such as webinars, e learning, etc.

Application deadline: October 2, 2019

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the staff training