|Internationalisation of Higher Education - Perspectives of International Learning|
|Silesian University of Technology |
October 19th-22nd 2020
Dariusz Buchczik, Silesian University of Technology, Poland
Alastair Creelman, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Melanie Ellis, Silesian University of Technology, Poland
Małgorzata Kurek, University of Częstochowa, Poland
Barbara Loranc-Paszylk, University of Bielsko-Biała, Poland
Yael Tågerud, Linnaeus University, Sweden
||ISTW 2020 programme|
||meeting platform ZOOM (link will be provided later)|
Silesian University of Technology
International Relations Office
Foreign Languages Centre
Silesian University of Technology International Staff Training Week
“Internationalisation of Higher Education - Perspectives of International Learning”
October 19th – 22nd 2020, Gliwice, POLAND
Dear Partners and Colleagues,
We have the pleasure to invite international relation officers, university educators, professors and lecturers interested in modernising HE programmes to our SUT International Staff Training Week which will be taking place in Gliwice, Poland during October 19 – 22, 2020.
The programme will offer workshops, presentations and discussion panels in the following thematic areas:
- integrating Virtual Exchange in university courses,
- developing teaching and assessment methods in telecollaboration and online resources,
- interdisciplinary collaboration between teachers of different subject areas in order to develop students’ competences for employability (PBL),
- good practices in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL),
- development of transferable skills for living and working globally,
- institutional support, initiatives and challenges.
The idea of the SUT International Staff Training Week is to learn from each other, so we encourage all the international participants to present and share their good practices and project results.
The SUT International Staff Training Week will include networking with the faculty and staff of the Silesian University of Technology. The participants will also have the opportunity to discover the SUT campus and explore the region.
If you are interested in participating, we kindly invite you to fill in the application form available here:
The organizing committee will consider every proposal for participation and has the right to choose the participants due to limited number of places.
The staff week is free of charge!
The maximum number of participants is 30. We look forward to having a great variety of nationalities and representation from various partners, something we will prioritize if the number of applications exceeds 30.
With kind regards,
Organising Committee of the SUT International Staff Training Week 2020