Presentation on theme: "Workshop “Managing International Staff and Student Mobility” St.Petersburg 3.02.2011 The Importance of Mobility for the Institutional Development Alina."— Presentation transcript:
Workshop “Managing International Staff and Student Mobility” St.Petersburg 3.02.2011 The Importance of Mobility for the Institutional Development Alina Grzhibovska Director of International Relations Department University of Latvia http://www.bsrun.orghttp://www.lu.lv
Strategic Plan 2010-2020 Objectives: To create and maintain active cooperation with the EU institutions, actively becoming involved in the international university organizations To create joint study programmes on a European and Baltic level To participate actively in Erasmus Mundus and other student exchange programmes, ensuring the recognition of studies abroad To promote the engagement of UL researchers in post-doctoral studies in foreign universities and research centres, as well as to promote their return to Latvia, ensuring favourable conditions upon their return to the UL To ensure high quality of studies for the exchange students and to achieve effective cooperation between faculties and departments http://www.bsrun.orghttp://www.lu.lv2
Elements of the Internationalization Policy Mobility of students and lecturers with the aim to improve the quality of studies, renew and improve the qualification of personnel Participation in the international academic and professional organizations To improve knowledge of personnel in the languages of EU member states, by developing courses in foreign languages To invite foreign experts Establishment of international centres Exports of education and attraction of foreign students Inclusion of foreign experts in the promotional and doctoral study councils Active participation in the international scientific and education exhibitions http://www.bsrun.orghttp://www.lu.lv3
Cooperation Directions Bilateral cooperation agreements with 96 universities in 36 countries International networks and organizations (IAU, EUA, Euroasian University Association, ISEP, UNICA, UTREHT Network, BSRUN, Campus Europae, SYLFF) Participation in educational and research programmes and projects Mobility http://www.bsrun.orghttp://www.lu.lv4
Internationalization at Home Joint programmes/double degree International study programmes Visiting lecturers International auditorium Projects Services http://www.bsrun.orghttp://www.lu.lv5
Bilateral Agreements 2011 http://www.bsrun.orghttp://www.lu.lv6 Others: Argentina, Austria, Bahamas, Belarus, Bulgaria, Denmark, South Korea, Egypt, Netherlands, Israel, India, Moldova, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Thailand 99 universities in 36 countries
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