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Curriculum in a globalised world

Overview

Date: July 6 - July 10, 2020

Language: English

Methodology: online

Fee: 40€

Duration: 10 hours

Maximum number of particpants: 25

Application deadline: CLOSED

Introduction

The program of Curriculum in a Globalised World has been designed to respond to a number of needs:
- Do you want your graduates to be both global citizens and professionals?
- Do you need to “update” your existing programme to make it more relevant?
- Are you seeking international recognition of your degrees?
- Do you want those teaching on the programme to embrace internationalization of curriculum?
- Do you want academics to start working as a team and collectively strive for continuous quality improvement?

Academics will be engaged in a series of design discussions that focuses on relevance, recognition and quality of degree programmes, motivating them for new roles and giving them the basis to become protagonists of future-oriented programme design. Curriculum in a Globalised World will allow participants to work collaboratively towards common goals offering their future students the best educational experience possible.

 

Overview

Date: July 6 - July 10, 2020

Language: English

Methodology: online

Fee: 40€

Duration: 10 hours

Maximum number of particpants: 25

Application deadline: CLOSED

Introduction

The program of Curriculum in a Globalised World has been designed to respond to a number of needs:
- Do you want your graduates to be both global citizens and professionals?
- Do you need to “update” your existing programme to make it more relevant?
- Are you seeking international recognition of your degrees?
- Do you want those teaching on the programme to embrace internationalization of curriculum?
- Do you want academics to start working as a team and collectively strive for continuous quality improvement?

Academics will be engaged in a series of design discussions that focuses on relevance, recognition and quality of degree programmes, motivating them for new roles and giving them the basis to become protagonists of future-oriented programme design. Curriculum in a Globalised World will allow participants to work collaboratively towards common goals offering their future students the best educational experience possible.