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MED2IaH – Intercultural diversity in curriculum and extra-curriculum activities

Important notice: At the moment, the course is not finished yet. Additional videos will be added soon.

Topics and speakers

Incoming mobility and intercultural benefits for the receiving (host) universityUnipegaso, Italy
Outgoing mobility and its benefits for students, teachers, and universitiesUnipegaso, Italy
Intercultural extra-curricular activities at the university Unipegaso, Italy
Stereotypes: A curse or a blessing? Implications of cultural diversity teachingDorsaf Ben Malek, Virtual University of Tunis
Interculturality in classrooms and curriculumZaid A Arida, Head of ASAC school, Luminus Technical University College
Cultural Diversity in Curriculum and extra-curriculum activitiesSabrina Brillante, Pegaso University, Italy
Curricular mobility and dual degrees: A case of Master’s Study Programme Intercultural Business CommunicationMitja Gerževič and Karen Gladović, EMUNI, Slovenia
Steps from a university library to a learning centre: role of the documentation spaces in the cultural action of the university and in
the users training
Sandrine Gropp, University of Montpellier
The internationalisation of doctoral studyJean-Marie Pincemin, University of Montpellier
Open Science at the University of MontpellierLaure Lefrançois, Office of Library Services, University of Montpellier
Campus Life DepartmentVanessa Bontems, University of Montpellier
Diversity, equity, and inclusion at Al Akhawayn University in IfraneBrian Seilstad, Al Akhawayn University, Morocco

Introductory reading

Other MED2IaH courses

The course is part of the MED2IaH E+ project.610107-EPP-1-2019-1-SI-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP

The European Commission’s support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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