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Higher education student and staff mobility project
Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: Sep 30, 2016 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The aim of the project was to implement international mobilities of member of both academic and non-academic staff as well the students of the College of regional development. 5 mobilities have been implemented, 2 of which included staff mobility for teaching, 1 mobility for training and two students mobilities for traineeships. The number of implemented mobilities responds to the one approved in the Grant Agreement, there is, however, one modification made within students mobilites: instead of one moblity for studies and one mobility for traineeships, there were two mobilities for traineeships. The implementation of the project in the period 2015- 2016 has gained significant benefits to The College of regional development in terms of all its activity pillars. In terms of student mobilities, the institution was successful for the first time ever. That was very positively reflected when the experience and knowledge of students are concerned, but also in the intention of other students to be involved in the program in future periods. Teacher mobility (mobility for teaching) has also been successful, all the planned mobilities were implemented with a very positive results, especially in the field of publishing and research activities. The impact of the mobility for teaching is extremelly significant with the relevance for the whole institution. The planned mobility of non-academic staff has been implemented in accordance with the grant rules and schedule, this mobility has brought valuable experience in the organization of the study agenda within the college, but also in terms of better organisation of agenda related to the implementation of the ERASMUS + programme. Witin the project, one student from Slovak republic joined the College of Regional development, her mobility for studies has successfully completed within a given range of courses. The student gained the required minimum of credits. Another incoming mobility was carried out by a member of non-academic staff from Slovakia. This mobility has also gained positive results, especially in the field of exchange of experience as well as the organisation of the daily agenda of the Study Department. Profiles of participants: Staff mobilities for teaching: doc. PhDr. Jana Marie Šafránková, CSc . expert in the field of management and human resources. Destination: Politechnika Warsawska (PL). The aims of the mobility were to present a series of lectures on the issue of human resources. Partial aim is to compare teaching methods used in both partner countries as well as the extend of knowledge and skills obtained by students. Another aim is to follow previous research activities and propose new research topics in order to prepare an international project application. The outcoem of the mobility was, among others, a submitted project proposal for the 2nd call within INTERREG. Mgr. Michael Pondělíček, Ph.D. - expert in the field of spatial and landscape planning as well as the impact of climate change on socio-economic development of regions.Destination:Technische Universitat Kaiserslautern (DE). The aim of the mobility was to provide a series of lectures at the host university for students and academic staff. The partial aim is to iniciate discussions on selected actual issues in the field of spatial planning and related fields and formulate topics to prepare an internaitonal project proposal.The outcome of the mobility is prepared working version of an international project proposal. Staff mobility for traineeships: Ing. Blanka Frýbová - the head of the Study Department of the CRD and administrator of the internal information system. Destination: Trencianská univerzita (SK). The aim of the mobility was to The aim of the mobility is to enhance know-how in the field of student support agenda and the exchange of experience. The outcome of the mobility was the improvement of internal processes within the Study Department as well as processes related to the Project implementation. Students mobility for training: Adele Šištíková and Martin Laštovka - 1st year students of present programme. Destination: Future Focus, Ltd. (MT). The aim of the mobiity was to gain experiencem knowledge and skills in the field of management and regional labour market which responds to their specialisation. The outcome of the mobility was gaining of experiences from the practice, socio-economic environment of the regional labour market and some of the management skills.
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