On November 9 Collegium Civitas launched the new edition of the on-line training programme “Internationalization of Higher Education”. Over 100 participants – representatives of Ukrainian universities took part in the inauguration of the training.
The opening meeting was devoted to the internationalization at Collegium Civitas. Dr Katarzyna Maniszewska, Vice-Rector for International Relations presented the university and its achievements in the field of international cooperation. Dr Maniszewska spoke also about challenges related to covid-19 pandemic and shared Collegium Civitas experiences and best practices.
During the next lectures and workshop sessions the participants will meet the Rector of Collegium Civitas, Prof. Stanisław Mocek, Mrs. Beata Skibińska, the Director for Higher Education Department at the National Agency of the Erasmus+ Programme, the Foundation for the Development of the Education System, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Dr Roland Zarzycki, Vice-Rector for Student Affairs Dr Paweł Maranowski as well as Dr Agnieszka Nitza, Deputy Head of the International Relations Department and Dr Sławomir Klimkiewicz, renowned expert in international relations and intercultural communication.
The topics of lectures and workshops include: the Polish system of higher education, organization of the teaching process, opportunities presented by the Erasmus+ Programme, high effective teaching practices, project building, intercultural communication, international students and covid-19 related challenges and more.
The main aim of the training is to give the opportunity not only to take part in lectures and meetings with experts but also to exchange ideas with fellow participants as well as to discuss collaboration possibilities.
The training programme “Internationalization of Higher Education” is organized by Collegium Civitas in cooperation with the Center for Polish Education in Kiev as a part of a series of educational events which have already gathered over 500 participants from Ukraine during 6 editions held previously on-site in Warsaw and this year in the online mode due to the pandemic.