With 15 participants from all over Europe, a week of training dedicated to academic, technical and administrative staff has come to an end. Promoting the best practices of European universities and developing their internationalization strategies, whether it is by attracting excellent international students to our degree programmes or by creating international study pathways at prestigious international institutions for our university students. It is with this objective that the International Staff Week on the “Best Practices in Internationalization” took place from the 19th – 23rd June, organised by the International Office as a part of the Erasmus+ programme, which provides annual funding for the training of academic, technical and administrative staff.
The 15 participants, coming from universities in Romania, Poland, Portugal, Lithuania, Greece, Scotland, Germany and the Czech Republic, had the possibility to discuss the best practices in the international field applied in various European universities as well as worked together in groups to focus on International Cooperation, International Promotion and Job Placement.
The participants also attended workshops organised by the department of Philology, Literature and Linguistics, the department of Economics and Management and from the Student Affairs Office.
Complete list of participants in the programme:
Oana-Roxana Ivan, West University of Timisoara; Marta Kłosowska, Wrocław University of Science and Technology; Katarzyna Kochaniak, Bialistok University of Technology; Célia Ricardo, Polytechnic Institute of Beja; Fernanda Sousa, Polytechnic Institute of Beja; Helena Lança, Polytechnic Institute of Beja; Cristina Cirtita-Buzoianu, Vasile Alecsandri Univeristy of Bacau; Roxana-Iuliana Popescu, Vasile Alecsandri Univeristy of Bacau; Agne Bruzaite, Kazimieras Simonavicius University; Anastasia-Othonia Mouriki, Athens Univeristy of Economics and Business; Emma Breen, University of Stirling, Scotland; Bianca Distler, Universita di Erlangen-Nuremberg; Audra Bartaskiene, Lithuanian Univeristy of Educational Sciences; Loreta Magileviciute, Lithuanian Univeristy of Educational Sciences; Gabriela Samková, Univerzita Jana Amose Komenského Praha s.r.o.