Student (learning, health and socioeconomic) needs
An online teaching tool encouraging learners to think about diversity and discrimination and helping them understand their own views and choices.
Improving the experiences and outcomes of students from diverse backgrounds (in particular migrant students and first generation entrants) through creating a more inclusive learning environment in higher education.
The Erasmus Skills project provides a set of innovative tools to help Erasmus students enhance and acknowledge the soft skills and competences gained thanks to their mobility experience.
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Then join our LinkedIn Community of Practice! This group explores new ways of working, identify common solutions, and share good practice and ideas. TICKET aims to provide academics and professional staff with holistic skills in intercultural competence (IC) that will allow them to enhance internationalization and improve social-educational delivery across the higher education sector in order to confront the challenges arising from the expanding number of intercultural encounters and collaborations that take place within the classroom and workplace.