Sollicitations médias : à l'écoute de vos projets européens
L'Agence est régulièrement sollicitée par les médias pour valoriser les mobilités en Europe.
Vous êtes au cœur des projets, vous organisez la mobilité pour des publics très différenciés, élèves, apprentis, étudiants, adultes, formateurs. Ces périodes de mobilité sont synonymes d'acquisition de compétences sur bien des plans : faites-nous part de vos initiatives !
Alertez-nous sur vos partenariats innovants, sur des expériences de mobilités qui facilitent l'insertion professionnelle, l'acquisition des langues, la relation école-entreprise ou tout autre thème porteur.
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ESN Student Guidebooks!
What is the STORY Student Guidebook?
The STORY (Strengthening the Training Opportunities for International Youth) project is an EU funded project that aims at improving the accessibility and quality of international traineeships, as well as at increasing the awareness on the existence of such opportunities for youth.
A research on the subject through online questionnaires will be committed. STORY Survey 2014 will not only analyse the accessibility and quality of study and training mobility programmes but will also survey obstacles, especially the ones related to recognition, and expectations observed by the main actors involved in mobility for studies and traineeships (Students, Higher Education Institutions, National Agencies and Receiving Companies/Organisations).
In the frame of the dissemination of the results from this research, ESN edited the Student Guidebook, which aims to guide international students step-by-step through the process of academic recognition before, during and after their exchange experience.
You can read the last edition July 2013 of the Student Guidebook here. More...
EADTU Annual Conference 2014, Krakow, Poland (23-24 October 2014)
The European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU) is holding its 2014 Annual Conference “New technologies and the future of teaching and learning” in Krakow, Poland, from 23 to 24 October 2014.
For more information on how to register, please visit the conference website. More...
‘Fostering University Business Cooperation Ecosystems in Europe and Latin America’, Madrid, Spain (24-25 June 2014)
The European Commission, in partnership with Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Fundación Universidad-Empresa and InNorMadrid, the Innovation Office of Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, is organising a thematic forum entitled “Fostering University Business Cooperation Ecosystems in Europe and Latin America”, on 24 and 25 June in Madrid.
The forum aims to gather industry and academia representatives to explore new collaboration opportunities for universities and businesses.
EUA’s Director of Research and Innovation, Dr Lidia Borrell-Damian, is among the speakers due to take part in the event. For more information please visit the forum website. More...
Mykolas Romeris University: ’Knowledge Consortium - Social Technologies for Smart and Inclusive Society’
Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) in Lithuania has announced the creation of a “Knowledge Consortium: Social Technologies for Smart and Inclusive Society (SOCTECH)” that involves European and Asian universities. MRU said the overall aim of the initiative was to “unite higher education institutions, as well as business companies to implement the vision of smart and inclusive society via social technologies based innovations”.
To read the article on Mykolas Romeris’ website, please click here. More...
HUMANE Annual Conference, Riga, Latvia (27-28 June 2014)
The Heads of University Management & Administration Network in Europe (HUMANE) Annual Conference entitled “Measuring the University's Performance: Data for Decisions”, will take place at the University of Latvia in Riga from 27 to 28 June 2014.
The conference discussions will look at how to “support decision-making processes at universities, how to obtain, process and save data and how to use data better for decision making”. The event is open to all university professionals.
For more information about this event and how to register, please click here. More...
Council of Europe e-book on shared European histories
The Council of Europe has published an e-book on shared European histories on 5 May, marking the 60th anniversary of the Council of Europe’s European Cultural Convention.
The 900 page e-book Shared Histories is a “European history teaching tool for teachers, teacher trainers and curricula designers, pupils and their families”.
It is available to download for free in English, with certain elements in French.
The Council of Europe press release can be viewed here. More...
European Association for International Education webinars
The European Association for International Education (EAIE) has announced it is running a series of webinars aimed at international educators.
The webinars cover themes such as using “Google Analytics to prove the ROI of your university’s online marketing” as well as creating social media communities for students.
For more information and to register, please visit the website. More...
SEFI Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK (15-19 September 2014)
SEFI, the European Society for Engineering Education, will hold its Annual Conference on the theme “Educating Engineers for Global Competitiveness” from 15 to 19 September at the University of Birmingham in the UK.
Registration is now open. For more information on the programme and how to submit a workshop proposal, please visit the website. More...
Universidad Veracruzana Intercultural cross-cultural programme, ‘Aldea Intercultural 2014’, Veracruz, Mexico (16-27 June 2014)
The Universidad Veracruzana Intercultural (UVI) is organising a cross-cultural education programme, Aldea Intercultural, which will take place at their Las Selvas campus in Veracruz, Mexico, from 16 to 27 June 2014.
The event, which is open to professors, researchers and students and other stakeholders interested in indigenous cultures and/or community development, will include a series of courses and workshops on topics such as regional culture, local language, traditional cuisine and music, and local crafts.
More information, including an English brochure, is also available on the university website. More...