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What is it?

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Academic Mobility is essentially the exchange of students and staff between academic institutions for professional development, knowledge proliferation and cultural learning. At the international relations department we strive to seize opportunities for our students and staff that will compliment their existing studies or work and their future prospects.

More specifically, STUDENT mobility is:

a study period abroad at a partner higher a traineeship (work placement) abroad in a Higher Education Institution (HEI) an enterprise or any other relevant workplace. A study period abroad may include a traineeship period as well. To ensure high-quality mobility activities with maximum impact on the students, the mobility activity has to be compatible with the student’s degree-related learning and personal development needs. The study period abroad must be part of the student's study programme to complete a degree at a short cycle, first cycle (Bachelor or equivalent), second cycle (Master or equivalent) and third or doctoral cycle. Traineeships abroad at a workplace are also supported during short cycle, first, second, third cycle studies and within a maximum of one year after the student’s graduation. This also includes the 'assistantships' for student teachers. Wherever possible, the traineeships should be an integrated part of the student's study programme. Student mobility can be in any subject area/academic discipline.

STAFF Mobility encompasses:

Teaching periods: this activity allows HEI teaching staff or staff from enterprises to teach at a partner HEI abroad. Staff mobility for training and teaching can be in any subject area/academic discipline. Training periods: this activity supports the professional development of HEI teaching and non-teaching staff in the form of training events abroad (excluding conferences) and job shadowing/observation periods/training at a partner HEI, or at another relevant organisation abroad. A period abroad can combine teaching and training activities.

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