As we go forward, it may well be necessary to think about different ways in which we can encourage the maximum amount of student mobility – something that is at the heart of all modern languages degree programmes. One means of encouraging this is the in-country campus and how it can be brought into the operation of degree courses as a highly valuable resource.
Following on from the work of the UCML on the implications of the Turing scheme, the IMLR is hosting an event on student mobility and the transnational campus. The event brings together three speakers with extensive experience of how a transnational campus works and the advantages that it offers for enhanced student mobility.
Jeremy Carrette (Dean for Europe) will talk about the University of Kent’s Centres in Brussels and Paris.
Tim Gore (Chief Executive Officer, ULIP) will talk about the University of London Institute in Paris.
Rita Wilson (Deputy Dean and Associate Dean, Faculty of Arts) will talk about the Prato Centre of Monash University.
The presentations of the three speakers will be followed by a Q and A session
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