Intercultural Learning and Mobility

24-28 juin 2019
Chouaib Doukkali University, National School of Commerce and Management El jadida, Morocco - El Jadida (Maroc)
Objective The objective of this year's edition is to focus on the role of intercultural diversity in higher education tackling the case of Erasmus students and staff. We will have the chance to welcome and meet colleagues from Europe and beyond to discuss the following topics: • Intercultural awareness, sensitivity and tolerance. • Employability for students and professional development for staff, in the context of intercultural mobility. • New approaches in higher education that can be applied to diverse classrooms. • Teachers' role in integration of foreign students. • Exchange of good practices and discussion of intercultural challenges in higher education. Who can participate? The event is open to international participants from international offices of cooperation, coordinators, student advisors, deans, and academics from all around the world who work on internationalization of higher education as well as faculty members who are interested in sharing best practices for engaging diverse learners and preparing them to enter the global workforce. Participants are encouraged to deliver presentations related to the above mentioned topics using the English Language. Still other languages can be used during discussions. Travel and accommodation costs have to be covered by the participants. The participation fee for academics from universities who are not in partnership with Chouaib Doukkali University is 120 euro, the fee includes the intercultural workshop/seminar, event documents, 3 lunches, coffee breaks, cultural visits and activities. Important Dates Application deadline: May 30, 2019 Notification of Acceptance: 5 June 2019 Registration and payment from 6 June to 22 June 2019 For any questions, please contact: Pr. Karima Bouziane
Discipline scientifique : Sciences de l'Homme et Société

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