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With 160 participants for the Mobility Windows and the Internationalisation of the Curriculum seminar held on 5 December and 110 participants for the For mutual gain: Euro-African Cooperation in Higher Education seminar on 13 December, this month has clearly been a busy but also successful one.
ACA’s Mobility Windows seminar offered an opportunity for participants to discuss ways of integrating mobility windows and other types of structured mobility into academic programmes. Be it mobility windows for studies, special mobility windows for internships as often offered by applied science universities, or internationalisation approaches including staff members as well as students – the seminar tried to tackle important issues with regard to a holistic approach on structured mobility in higher education.
Held by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the European University Association (EUA) and the European Association for International Education (EAIE) in cooperation with ACA, the seminar on Euro-African Cooperation in Higher Education was all about dealing with cooperation matters on an equal par. The seminar offered a useful opportunity to exchange good practices, views and insights on higher education developments between participants from Europa and Africa.
We would genuinely like to thank all the seminar participants and speakers for making the two seminars such lively, interactive and enriching events.