Higher education student and staff mobility projec..
Higher education student and staff mobility project
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: Sep 30, 2016
Accademia Albertina established bilateral agreements with various Academies and European Universities. Accademia Albertina evaluates various factors in order to sign the bilateral agreements such as: common and complementary study programs, the ECTS credit system, the
teaching language, the academic level of taught courses offered, the international status of the institution, common interests and the overall learning outcomes.
Personal relationships among the academic community, international meetings and projects, collaboration schemes, former classmate friendships are the
starting points for cooperation and mobility especially among the artist/teachers.
Sometimes students may also take the initiative for proposing a new bilateral agreement.
As far as the geographical area is concerned Accademia Albertina focuses mainly on establishing bilateral agreements with European Universities. Geographical proximity is a factor for signing an agreement. It has been observed that a noticeable number of outgoing Accademia Albertina students prefer countries within the Mediterranean basin. On the same way, the majority of incoming Erasmus+ mobilities come from Mediterranean countries such as Spain, France, Turkey and Portugal, proving that closeness (and a neo-latin language too) plays a role in mobility. Nevertheless we are not restricted in
the above region, but we established a longtime and fruitful cooperation with Universities in Northern
and Eastern Europe (Poland, The Netherlands, Lithuania, Finland etc.) and traineeship as far as Norway. Accademia Albertina nurtures the established
cooperation with Universities in Major European and non European cultural capitals so as to offer to its students the chance of broadening their artistic background.
Accademia Albertina aims at expanding its collaboration with non European Institutions too, such as the agreements already signed with China, Argentina, Israel, Burma and Russia.
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