CPH WEST/KTS - a merge of mobilities
Start date: Jun 1, 2016,
End date: May 31, 2018
The central project goal needs to be considered as a part of the school’s internationalization strategy. Working and studying in other countries must be made easy for the school’s students. This project is geared towards the students at CPH WEST who wish to go abroad to further improve upon their competencies, especially in connection with language and culture. This opportunity provides a chance for many students to develop their personal competencies as well and, perhaps, to get the motivation to go abroad for even longer periods later in their educations. CPH WEST as an institution will create a clear international profile that will make a difference. Also, the school’s high prioritization of internationalizing students helps to strengthen their professional profiles, as well as their personal and intercultural competencies. For the second time, we include ECVET in our mobility project.This involves the prepared ”Memorandum of Understanding”, which is signed by our partners and us and is attached to this application.We have also attached our ”Learning Agreement” form, which we will use to formalize the commitment of our partner, the student and us in connection with the forthcoming mobility initiatives.Learning Outcome will be agreed upon in advance in each circumstance and attached to the “Learning Agreement” document.Which competencies students will obtain in the course of each mobility initiative will be drawn up in a “Transcript of Records” and attached to the student’s EuroPass Mobility certificate.This application covers: 54 VET student work programs 14 HG student work programs 100 HG-EUX student language and work programs 24 HHX and HTX student language and work programs 15 accompanying teachersWe expect programs to run during the entire project period, as we also expect to incorporate programs in different European countries. The needs and wishes of individual students are considered in determining destinations. Most often, students have a good idea of where they can be challenged appropriately and obtain relevant professional inspiration. This project is expected to strengthen the school’s international work. The participation of more people in training abroad will set greater focus on internationalization in general. The level of professional language abilities will also increase. Students will be expected to have a more international profile and use their newly obtained knowledge in their educations.
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