ARQUS Alliance

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Students from the teacher education programme at UiB visited Université Jean Monnet in France. The aim is to learn from each other, and achieve a long-term collaboration between the universities.
The new episode of the Arqus podcast is dedicated to an amazing experience where 90 students will be sailing across the Pacific while learning about ocean, climate and society.
The controversies around the use of electric scooters in the city of Bergen formed the basis of the case used to forming a new research agenda.
In this workshop participants will receive an introduction to digital storytelling and learn about the basic steps involved in the process of creating and facilitating the creation of digital stories.
Participate in the virtual exchange programme for students and become an entrepreneur!
The University of Graz organises a programme for university teachers to develop teaching techniques, language skills and cross-cultural competence for teaching in the international classroom. It will take place in April 2022.
This workshop offered by the University of Graz presents key aspects of the teacher education programme in the southeast of Austria with regard to Slavic languages including regional and minority languages.
Leipzig University has decided to offer another two-part workshop for teaching staff in which interactive methods for teaching language and content courses in English will be practised.
English as a Medium of Instruction in the university context is a current research topic that encompasses many aspects of teaching, pedagogy and language learning methods.
The second Arqus Winter School, postponed from February, will take place 2-6 May at the University of Granada.
Leipzig University has organised a workshop series for all Arqus students that are interested in improving their academic English skills.
Virtual BBMRI-ERIC Organizational Tour and Workshop for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Researchers
For a period of 3 weeks, with 6 contact sessions online, participants will familiarise themselves with Virtual Exchange as a pedagogical activity for engaging students in authentic intercultural collaborative projects with international partners. During the course, participants will read about, observe, and discuss the different aspects of running a Virtual Exchange project.
In the Arqus language cafés you can practice and learn several different languages in a relaxed environment.
How come Italy became… Italy? Understanding the past to explain the present is not always an easy task, but it is an interesting journey, able to enrich our view over the world we live in. The University of Padua now offers three online courses during the first half of July 2021.
On June 7th, from 11:00 to 13:00 , you are invited to the discussion "Culture as a way towards mutual understanding: an intercultural experience".
The research group Multilingualism on My Mind (MoMM) at the University of Bergen’s Department of Foreign Languages is organizing a two-day virtual conference on multilingualism in education from 18-19 March 2021. Registration is open and free for all.
The importance of contributing to find novel solutions for coronavirus-related challenges