Higher education student and staff mobility projec..
Higher education student and staff mobility project
Start date: Jun 1, 2014,
End date: May 31, 2016
The Aquitaine region ranks first in France in terms of added value in the agricultural sector.It is the first region in the world for appellation wines, quality or certified origin products. It also has the largest forest in Europe.
In this context, a wide range of higher education programs are offered by Bordeaux Sciences Agro (Post-Graduate diploma in Agronomy) and 8 vocational and technical agricultural schools (technician diploma in Agriculture)
The consortium was initiated by the regional authority in charge of agricultural education. The vocational schools and Bordeaux Sciences Agro joined in order to improve the European mobility of their students and staff.
The consortium partners wish to offer the program beneficiaries other cultural and vocational approaches in Europe and encourage the acquisition of transversal skills such as autonomy, adaptability as well as language skills, for an easier professional inclusion on the work market, as well as proof of the complete internationalization of each institution.
Beyond a personal development acquired through Life Long Learning, the staff mobility will promote a better knowledge between European partners and allow a fruitful exchange of good practice which is a condition for a successful internationalization of partner HEIs (In particular within Bologna process transition for short programs)
This consortium aims at building closer links between higher education stakeholders and European partners, whether companies or universities, through a regional approach proposing a much better visibility, by offering a wide range of curricula at different levels and in different fields of the green sector.
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