What we offer
The seminars include workshops on intercultural topics and an exchange between outgoing, incoming and returning students and are part of an innovative intercultural learning scenario that combines in-class and online programs and funded by the European Union (available for all outgoing students), providing you
- A curriculum that supports a sustainable, reflexive and personal intercultural learning experience before, during and after your semester abroad and gives you the opportunity to make out of your experiences during the semester abroad not only something that you can keep as a nice memory, but something that you can include in your CV.
- The chance to share your experience virtually around the world.
- The possibility of pass on your culture specific knowledge and the intercultural (but not only) know-how that you will acquire to future generations of students (at Karlshochschule and from many other universities).
- The prospect of bringing your intercultural competence to the next step.
Students participating in all parts of the Connect 2.0 curriculum (pre-departure training, online modules and re-entry training) will receive a certificate.
The project results will not only be documented and evaluated from a quality assurance perspective, but also scientifically analyzed with regard to the publication of a series of articles and papers about the development of intercultural competence, in particular relating to mobilities in the context of higher education.
- AFS Interkulturelle Begegnungen e.V., Germany
- Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznán, Poland
- Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany
- Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, Finland
- InterCultur gemeinnützige GmbH, Germany
- University of Limerick, Ireland
- University Fernando Pessoa, Portugal
- University of Urbino, Italy
- University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia, Spain