In this section you will find an overview of different projects that are related to TICKET to further support your experience on the Training Programme and to help you continue your IC development journey. Each project offers free online tools and guidance to provide academic and professional staff with holistic skills in Intercultural Competence and related topics. The projects are categorised into the four overarching themes of the TICKET Project. For each project, you will find a short description of the project, a link to the project’s website, and either a link to a webinar that summarises the project and its offered resources, or a link directly to the project’s resources.

Theme 1: Mobility and
its effects on campus

In this section, you will find interesting projects whose resources will help you to improve your students’ mobilities and experiences abroad. These projects focus on how to support students in each stage of the mobility life cycle and how to make international opportunities more inclusive.

Theme 2: Student learning (health & socio-economical needs)

This section contains projects whose resources will support you to learn how to equip students with adequate skills that help with acknowledging soft skills and competences and improving their experience abroad. This will result into a more inclusive learning environment in higher education.

Theme 3: Internationalisation of the curriculum

In this section, you will find projects whose resources will support you to foster a more international and more intercultural classroom, designed to help students develop in-demand intercultural skills, and promote equality, inclusion and diversity. These projects will help you learn how to create systemic change within institutions, starting in the classroom.

Theme 4: University as an intercultural workplace

In this section you will find projects which aim to help higher education institutions with international mobility and inclusivity. Their resources facilitate professional growth in public and private sectors, and help formulate goals which promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

Community of Practice

Are you interested in the best practices of other higher educational institutions around the themes of student mobility, student needs, internationalisation of the curriculum and the university as an intercultural workplace? Then join our LinkedIn Community of Practice! This group explores new ways of working in order to identify common solutions and share good practice and ideas.

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