Unlocking New Horizons in Student Blended Mobility: HIBLend at the EAIE Conference in Rotterdam!

Unlocking New Horizons in Student Blended Mobility: HIBLend at the EAIE Conference in Rotterdam!

August 21, 2023
 

Are you ready to delve into the unexplored realm of student blended mobility? Join us at the upcoming EAIE conference in Rotterdam, where HIBLend is hosting engaging workshop and poster sessions. These sessions are designed to empower you with the insights and tools needed to confidently navigate through the uncharted waters of student blended mobility.

Workshop: Terra incognita? Exploring the uncharted waters of student blended mobility

Date: Tuesday, September 26th

Amidst the strong political momentum to introduce and promote student blended mobility within the European Higher Education Area, implementation remains an intricate puzzle. Our workshop on September 26th is your compass to navigate this complex terrain. Led by seasoned experts, this session offers research-based insights, best practices from across Europe, and engaging simulation exercises. Equip yourself with practical skills to surmount challenges and leverage student blended mobility to elevate your institution’s strategic objectives.

This workshop is tailored for higher education professionals, including international relations officers, academics engaged in student blended mobility, and policymakers.

For more information, please visit: https://shorturl.at/bnzM6 

Poster Session: Terra incognita? Exploring the uncharted waters of student blended mobility

Date: Wednesday, September 27th

On September 27th, our poster session will unveil a panoramic view of an extensive research on student blended mobility. This visual journey will encompass a comprehensive typology of existing models and shining examples of best practices. As you explore the poster, you’ll gain deeper insights into the intricacies of student blended mobility, achieving¬† a holistic understanding of its potential.

For more information, please visit: https://shorturl.at/nwzP5

 

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