How to Apply and Manage International Credit Mobility Projects – Ukrainian and Polish experience (27.06.2017 Kyiv)
On June 27, 2017 the training workshop on preparation and implementation of the International Credit Mobility Projects within the framework of the EU-funded Programme ERASMUS + KA1: International Credit Mobility was held in the National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”.
The organizers of the training were: National Erasmus+ Office in Ukraine, National Erasmus+ Agency of Republic of Poland, jointly with Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute” with support of EU Delegation to Ukraine.
The opportunities and rules for the participation of Ukrainian higher education institutions in the calls for proposals for ICM, tips on how to write a successful project proposal, as well as the experience of implementing international credit mobility projects in Polish and Ukrainian universities were presented during the workshop.
Svitlana Shytikova (Director, National Erasmus+ office in Ukraine), Lyubov Shchitka (Deputy Head of Department – Head of Division on International Education Programmes, Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine) and Sergiy Sydorenko (Vice-rector for research and education (foreign affairs), National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”) welcomed the participants and highlighted key directions for cooperation.
Various aspects of international credit mobility oportunities and selection rules were described in presentations of Ivanna Atamanchuk (Manager, National Erasmus+ office in Ukraine) and Beata Skibinska (Deputy Head of the Higher Education Department, Foundation for the Development of the Education System of the National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme in Poland).
Issues of Polish case of implementation International Credit Mobility were considered during the speeches of Anna Opałka (the Erasmus Coordinator at the University of Applied Sciences in Nysa, Poland), Olga Vakhrina and Marta Lipińska (Departament of Life Long Learning and International Cooperation, Poznan University of Technology, Poland).
Explanations of key documents and practical handbooks for International Credit Mobility Actions were provided by Beata Skibinska and Svitlana Shytikova.
Svitlana Bilous (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv), Oksana Kraevska (Ivan Franko Lviv National University, Erasmus+ coordinator) and Tetiana Kuchynska (Igor Sikorsky KPI) shared the Ukrainian practical experience in managing International Credit Mobility Projects.
The event was attended by 108 participants (Erasmus+ contacts, representatives of international relations / mobility offices, university staff and students) who represented 57 higher education institutions from 20 cities of Ukraine.
Presentations are available
We would liket to thank all participants and invite to continue our collaboration and to share experience.