University as an intercultural workplace
A new International Mobility Scheme for higher education students integrating the Service-Learning approach.
Aims to build inclusive societies and with the use and innovation of non-formal methodologies and gaming tools it will facilitate the professional growth of youth workers and foster the personal development of youth, especially those ones with fewer opportunities.
A declaration of intent that focuses on employers from the public and the private sector. By signing the Charter, your company commits to self-formulated goals to promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Are you interested in best practices of other higher educational institutions about mobility, student needs, internationalisation of the curriculum and university as an intercultural workplace?
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.