The start of innovative short module programmes developed under the API project was the main focus of the meeting at the University of Heidelberg, which gathered representatives of four 4EU+ universities on 30-31 October.
The meeting served to prepare the short programmes to be implemented still in the current academic year.
The aim of the Academic Partnership for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (API) project is to develop new forms of short mobility programmes with the use of effective and state-of-the-art methods of teaching and learning. The project is funded by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) under the International Academic Partnerships programme.
The project partnership is composed of 4EU+ partners: the University of Warsaw (project leader), University of Heidelberg, Charles University and Sorbonne University. Although not formally part of the project consortium, two universities which joined the Alliance in late 2018 – University of Copenhagen and University of Milan – have been invited to take part in the project activities.
API project is managed by the International Relations Office of the University of Warsaw in cooperation with Digital Competences Centre.
On 30-31 October, representatives of the University of Warsaw #UW and other three universities, being part of the @4EUplusAlliance, meet @UniHeidelberg to talk about the short module programmes within the API project. More info: https://t.co/Qo7sx8mQfh #EuropeanUniversities pic.twitter.com/mIRdPeZsVR— Uniwersytet Warszawski (@UniWarszawski) October 31, 2019