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- 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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IntlUni Coordinator Karen M. Lauridsen welcomes everyone to the IntlUni Workshop - The Multilingual and Multicultural Learning Space in the International University. 
ACA Director Bernd Wächter presented the key results of the project Rethinking the Role of English-Taught Programmes in the EHEA. The report of the study will be published in December: Wächter, B & Maiworm, F. (2014) English-Taught Programmes in European Higher Education. The state of play in 2014. Bonn: Lemmens.  
Jos Beelen, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, NL talked about Internationalisation of the Curriculum. Part of the internationalisation efforts at higher education institutions is to ensure that the programmes offered have an international dimension in content and in the teaching / learning processes and practices.
There is a growing need for in-service training of lecturers, and the FIESOLE project that Nick Byrne, London School of Economics and Political Science, presented in Braga, has addressed this burning issue by developing a teacher training module targeting young members of academic staff. 
Axel Aerden, NVAO – nederlands-vlaamse accreditatieorganisatie, NL talked about the Certificate for Quality of Internationalisation – The CeQuInt project
The IntlUni principles for quality teaching and learning in the multilingual and multicultural learning space were presented by work package leaders Kevin Haines, University of Groningen, NL, and Stacey Cozart, Aarhus University, DK. 
Towards quality criteria and final recommendations - Panel discussion of IntlUni principles and measures followed by interaction with the audience
The panel consisted of (from the left):  
• Jos Beelen, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, NL
• Jeanine Gregersen, University of Hull, UK
• Karen M. Lauridsen, Aarhus University, DK (IntlUni Coordinator & chair of session) 
• Axel Aerden, NVAO – nederlands-vlaamse accreditatieorganisatie, NL 
• Nick Byrne, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

2014.11.26 | Workshop

Major IntlUni Workshop with External Experts in Braga, Portugal on 5 November 2014

The IntlUni Erasmus Academic Network held its first major workshop in connection with the fifth IntlUni partner meeting at the University of Minho in Braga, Portugal on 4-7 November 2014. Approximatel

2014.09.01 | Research news

Blog Now Open for Comments: From best practice to principles for quality

Help us improve our IntlUni results by commenting on the draft IntlUni principles for quality teaching and learning in the multilingual and multicultural learning space. IntlUni will soon start its

Presentation by Kevin Haines at the partner meeting Lausanne 
Draft version - the 5 principles for quality in the Multilingual and Multicultural Learning Space
From best practice to principles for quality, Kevin Haines, Stacey Cozart and Thomas Vogel

2014.06.25 | Knowledge exchange

Interviews with the Work Packages Leaders of WP4; successful practice and quality criteria

Edited Interview from the All Partner Meeting in Lausanne 22.5.2014 - conducted by Peter Stear & Julia Cooper. To mark the successful progress in WP4 we thought we should devote some space to comment

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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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