Most ACA events have a thematic focus. This is also the case with ACA’s flagship European Policy Seminar What’s new in Brussels? But the ‘theme’ is somewhat differently defined. It is simply what is new in European policies and programmes. The big news item for the community of international educators is the future Erasmus Programme (2021-2027). What’s new in Brussels? will zoom in on the future Erasmus, but it will also present news and novelties from the present incarnation of Erasmus.
More in detail, What’s new in Brussels will deal with
- Blended student and staff mobility
- New ways of managing European and international credit mobility
- Automatic recognition
- Erasmus without papers
- The new Europass and e-credentials
- The new KA2: partnerships for cooperation, partnerships for innovation and partnerships for excellence
- Synergies between the future Erasmus Programme and Horizon Europe
- Sustainable Erasmus: the programme’s carbon footprint and how to reduce it
- Inclusive Erasmus and the
- First experiences with the European Universities Initiative and with national co-founding schemes.
Target audience and format
This seminar addresses primarily staff from higher education institutions (HEIs) specialised on the international dimension. Next to heads and staff of international relations offices, these can be vice-rectors for internationalisation or for teaching and learning, for example, or faculty deans. But the event is also for stakeholder organisations from the academic sector, government and international organisations, like OECD, UNESCO or the Council of Europe, to name but some examples.
The bigger part of the seminar will be a plenary event. But there will be parallel sessions of a workshop character in the afternoon, on inclusion and on sustainability, respectively.
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