Welcome to IntlUni

- The Challenges of the Multilingual and Multicultural Learning Space in the International University

- An Erasmus Academic Network with 38 educational institutions in 27 countries

- A project of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme (2012-2015)

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  • based on IntlUni final outcomes

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Salle des Miroirs, Brussels Parliament
IntlUni Introduction by Karen M. Lauridsen, IntlUni Coordinator, Aarhus University, DK
Panel 1: Higher Education Experts: Betty Leask and Jude Carroll
Panel 2: Higher Education Leaders. Chair Carmen Pérez Vidal, UPF, ES
Panel 3: European Associations: EUA, EURASHE, ENQA and ESU
IntlUni partner representatives - 38 partner institutions in 27 countries

2015.10.01 | Conference

Towards mastering the challenges of the international classroom: the IntlUni project concludes its work

The IntlUni Erasmus Academic Network led by Karen M Lauridsen, associate professor at Aarhus University, Denmark, has concluded its work with the publication of its final report at a celebratory confe

2015.06.10 | Conference

Final Conference: Towards mastering the challenges of the international classroom

The Final Conference of the IntlUni Erasmus Academic Network will be held at the Parlement bruxellois in Brussels on 24 September 2015.

2015.06.10 | Knowledge exchange

The Big Picture: why is IntlUni important?

The work of the IntlUni project is drawing to a close as we approach our final meeting in Brussels on 24 September. This final conference will see the culmination of project work in the launch of the

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Outcomes of Year 1

What is IntlUni?

Introduction video to the project IntlUni - The Challenges of the Multiligual and Multicultural Learning Space in the International University - 1st year of the project

Aims

Welcome to the website of IntlUni Erasmus Academic Network. IntlUni has addressed the Challenges of the Multilingual and Multicultural Learning Space in the International University.

The aims of the IntlUni Erasmus Academic Network have been

  • to identify the quality criteria that should characterise teaching and learning in the Multilingual and Multicultural Learning Space; and

  • to develop recommendations for how Higher Education Institutions may implement and ensure the sustainability of quality teaching and learning in the Multilingual and Multicultural Learning Space.

Pictures from meetings

Aarhus launch meeting Oct. 2012
Warsaw partner meeting June 2013
Brussels final conference Sep 2015
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