It is widely agreed that even short periods of international mobility add to the student experience, benefit academic and personal development, and enhance employability. It is also commonly agreed that these short-term mobilities are accessible by a more diverse community and thus reinforce inclusiveness.
SEA-EU thus plans to implement 12 Short-term mobility projects in order to spread the benefits of international experience to a wider student community. A call dedicated to teachers has been launched in early 2020 to identify Intensive Courses opportunities, each being aimed to enhance student’s personal understanding of a topic.
If you are a SEA-EU teacher interested in this initiative, or a student interested to participate in one of these events, please get in touch with your SEA-EU office to have more details on the procedure.
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- CAU: firstname.lastname@example.org
- UBO: email@example.com
- UCA: firstname.lastname@example.org
- UG: email@example.com
- UM: firstname.lastname@example.org
- UNIST: email@example.com
Application is closed
Application deadline extended to 15th May
- Sports and Education Faculty Open Days / Organizing a Student sport and solidarity event / UBO- 15th April (new format- one day)
- Radio frequency / UBO postponed to autumn
- Field Biology – Coastal and Marine Habitats / UM
- Irregular Migration by Sea and the Human Element of Maritime Security / UM
- University Startup competition STup! / UNIST
- School of Croatian Language and Culture / UNIST
- Baltic Summer School – workshop at the sea and the coastal zone / UG
- Amber in Palaeontology / UG
- Strategy and Corporate Social Responsibility from an International Perspective / UCA
- Introduction to the monitoring of algal blooms with remote sensing / UCA
More details : http://sea-eu.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/IClist2.pdf