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Published on 2020-03-02

The first teaching mobility pilot has launched in Beauvais, France today.

The participants will spend this week at UniLaSalle, and they will share their knowledge on sustainable innovation and climate challenges.

The teaching mobility week will end on 6 March, Friday.

Published on 2020-01-28

UniLaSalle is the first host institution of the teaching mobility pilot series within the Teach With Erasmus+ project.

Why UniLaSalle did selected Impact Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Innovation as the main topic of the mobility?

UniLaSalle offers a range of three- and five-year degrees in the fields of agriculture, the food industry, food and health, environmental studies and geology.

Published on 2020-01-08

The application deadline for the first teaching mobility within Teach with Erasmus+ has been extended to 15 January 2020.

The mobility will be held at UniLaSalle in Beauvais, France between 2 – 6 March 2020.

University teachers, junior teaching staff included, who have experience in entrepreneurship, innovation management, sustainable innovation or climate change studies, are encouraged to apply.

Published on 2019-12-20
Published on 2019-12-17

The program of the first teaching mobility program which will be held at UniLaSalle, in Beauvais, France between 2 – 6 March 2020, can be found below.

Main topics of the program are entrepreneurship, innovation management, sustainable innovation and climate change studies.

Published on 2019-12-10

University teachers, junior teaching staff included, can still apply to the first teaching mobility pilot that will be held at UniLaSalle in Beauvais, France between 2 – 6 March 2020.

Main topics: entrepreneurship, innovation management, sustainable innovation or climate change studies.

Published on 2019-11-20

Application for the first teaching mobility program which will be held at UniLaSalle, in Beauvais, France between 2 – 6 March 2020, is now open.

We kindly invite all university teachers to apply and participate in our short-term teaching mobility program, who have expertise in entrepreneurship, innovation management, sustainable innovation or climate change studies.

Published on 2019-10-14

In order to gather the experiences regarding teaching mobility in the European Higher Education Area, the TWE+ consortium employed survey-based research. The survey aimed to explore the motivation, hindering factors and possible results of teaching mobility.

Published on 2019-08-13

As a first step in the project implementation, we are deploying a survey on the topic to explore academics' attitude towards teaching mobility, their perceptions regarding institutional support, the possible impact of mobility, and hindering factors regarding participation.