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The core goal of any mobility is providing an international academic experience for students

Three perspectives are important in organising mobility

Student perspective

Students follow a learning activity, a course or part of a curriculum in another university in the framework of a bilateral or a network/consortium agreement between universities. Individual study plans summarise successive mobility periods within the curriculum or course.

  • Rich international academic experience

Teacher perspective

Staff is organising a learning activity or a course in the framework of a bilateral or a network/consortium agreement between universities. By doing so, new educational and mobility formats are created, based on international course and curriculum design. 

  • Develop courses and curricula in an international setting

  • Combine collaboration in education, research and innovation with peers

University perspective

Mobility takes place when two or more universities organise and recognise the study periods followed by their students in an exchange programme or in a networked/joint programme or institutional policies and strategies entail such collaborations and mobility. Collaboration and mobility agreements create the organisational framework.

  • Enhance international profile and attractiveness

  • Build alliances to strengthen your curricula

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