are you ready to take your intercultural Competences to the next level?
Whether in your studies, a real-life (ECIU) challenge or in your future career, the need to develop your intercultural competences and become able to work with anyone and anywhere in the world is becoming more and more important. Being connected with other countries and other cultures can provide you with wonderful opportunities for collaboration and new and refreshing insights. To accommodate such creative collaboration, it is important to make sure you have the right tools for effective teamwork in multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary groups. With this course, you will gain practical insights into intercultural competences by creating your own Citizen Science project!
In the ECIU Micro-module "Intercultural Competences: Guiding Practical Insights through Citizen Science", hosted by the University of Twente, you will learn how you can become a (future) professional within an interconnected world. Alongside the University of Twente, this module is organised and facilitated together with our partners:
- INSA Groupe, France
- Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
- Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
- University of Trento, Italy
- University of Stavanger, Norway
- Aalborg University, Denmark
During this micro-module, you will learn to better understand and work within diverse groups, how to improve on your communicative skills and create an effective team, and how you can apply and present your solutions in a broad variety of contexts. The micro-module has a study load of 2 ECTS and takes place over the course of 9 weeks within a flexible learning structure. The course will kick off on the 7th of February 2022 and will conclude on the 8th of April 2022. Together with experts from our seven universities, we aim to provide you with the tools you need to make the most out of your international teamwork.
Are you interested in what this course can bring you? Take a look at our course components and make sure to register before the 24th of January 2022! For any questions, please look at our frequently asked questions or contact our project team.