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Multidisciplinary Erasmus+ Staff Exchange Week at the University of Jyväskylä in Finland (6th - 10th June 2016)
Published on / opublikowano 11-01-2016

University of Jyväskylä welcomes administrative and academic colleagues from universities around Europe on the second multidisciplinary Erasmus+ staff exchange week organized at JYU on 6-10 June 2016. The week’s program consists of four individual parallel tracks and joint social program for all participants.

The four parallel tracks are:

The role of evaluation and quality management in education and research development
Focus: Utilizing feedback and data in the curriculum development process; Perspectives into the principal requirements of the ESG; Student participation and engagement in the quality management of the university.

Supporting excellence in research
Focus: Open science and open access policy and practice; Research ethics; Research data management; Research and doctoral education evaluation; Altmetrics; International university rankings

Student Life: paving the path for student success
Focus: The role of guidance and counseling in the student recruitment process and the student life span, Quality principles for guidance and counseling; Career counseling; Psycho-social support for students; Utilizing student and graduate follow up data in guidance and counseling

Student and staff mobility
Focus: Defining and demonstrating learning outcomes of student mobility; Successful welcome and orientation services for international students; Benefits and challenges of highly centralized Erasmus+ staff mobility process; Assessing the impact and disseminating the benefits of Erasmus+ staff mobility; Enhancing short mobility options for students; Challenges and opportunities of the Erasmus+  Global mobility

Please go to https://www.jyu.fi/yliopistopalvelut/str/en/staff_exchange_week_at_JYU for the full preliminary program, application form and practical information about travel and accommodation options.

Application round is open 14 December 2015 – 14 February 2016. Selected participants will be contacted personally by 29 February 2016.