Arqus calls for applications & Opportunities

CALLS AND OPPORTUNITIES

  Workshop on intercultural communication skills for administrative staff

The University of Granada offers Arqus administrative and technical staff an intensive multi-session training online that helps them to develop and improve their intercultural self-competence and communication skills. The workshop is aimed at professionals that have contact with international students and staff members or external persons from abroad in their workplace and that, sometimes, can feel they are misunderstood or struggle to communicate well.
The online training has a total duration of 21 hours, with 7 sessions of 3 hours each. The sessions are planned by 4th, 6th, 9th, 11th, 13th, 16th and 18th May. All sessions are from 10:00 to 13:00 CEST.
Info and registration

University of Padua

April 27, 2022: Virtual Company visit in Leonardo Labs - Open opportunities for PhDs

  Arqus Twinning - call 2021/2022

The call is open to all Unipd professors interested in carrying out joint teaching activities with one of the Arqus partner universities, involving a group of Unipd students (minimum 3 - maximum 6 students). Mobility will be funded for a minimum of 3 and maximum 5 days (+2 travel days) at an Arqus partner university. Applications in Social Sciences & Humanities (SSH) and STEM disciplines are prioritised.
In order to participate in the selection, please fill in the online application form and upload the invitation letter from the partner University.
Deadline: February 1, 2022
Info: Samira Bonucci, tel. 049 8276353, international.projects@unipd.it
Arqus call for application in the Arqus Alliance website

  Arqus Spring School "Diversity beyond the landscape. Excellencies and challenges of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Prosecco Hills"

The University of Padua, within the Erasmus + Program Key Action 2, European Universities, Arqus – European University Alliance, launches a call for a maximum of 15 places in the Spring School 'Diversity beyond the landscape. Excellencies and challenges of the Unesco World Heritage Site of the Prosecco Hills', Padova - Conegliano, March - May 2022.
The call is open to students with a bachelor or master degree, enrolled for the a.y. 2021-22 in the last two years of a five single-cycle degree programme or in a master degree programme or in the final year of a bachelor programme. A B2 level in English language is required.
The application and its annexes must be uploaded by 1.00 pm on February 20, 2022.
Call and application form

  Virtual Exchange: NICE programme

NICE is a Virtual Exchange programme intended for all Arqus students . The project is broken down into seven educational modules aimed at developing soft skills, namely entrepreneurial, intercultural, and interpersonal skills, ability to cooperate, teamworking skills, and problem-solving approach, in order to promote the students’ professional growth and entry into the labour market.
Course duration: March 7 – June 30, 2022
Number of available places: 20 for Unipd students, 10 for Arqus students
Dedline: February 7, 2022
Call and further information

  Research Stays and Site Visits 2021/22

Action Line 6 "Research support & Early-Stage Researcher Development", coordinated by the University of Graz (Austria), has set itself the goal of sustainably promoting existing and emerging cooperation in the most diverse profile-forming areas and intensifying cooperation in research at the partner universities.

Info at www.arqus-alliance.eu/news/arqus-calls-research-stays-site-visits

  Arqus Research Exchange 2021/22

The planned research stay has a minimum duration of two weeks and a maximum duration of three months depending on the funding category. Eligible for research exchanges are professors, senior researchers, postdocs, doctoral candidates, and advanced master students from all faculties and fields of research.

Application deadline is November 20, 2021.

  Inclusive Higher Education Training Programme-IHET 2022

The Inclusive Higher Education Training Programme, created by Prof. Laura Nota and her applied research team at the University of Padua (Italy), aims at developing inclusive teaching skills that take into account the heterogeneity that increasingly characterizes educational and training contexts, the students, and those who participate in university classrooms.

As further detailed below (paragraph: “Inclusive Higher Education for a university working towards the 2030 Agenda”), the Programme is strictly connected to the 2030 Agenda and in particular to Sustainable Development Goal n.4: ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

At the end of the proposed training programme, the participants will be able to design and conduct teaching activities that give value to complexity and heterogeneity. They will be able to develop a teaching program focused on equal opportunities and the presumption of competence. They will consider possible it to favour skills and abilities thanks to appropriate conditions, giving an active role to all learners, looking for original solutions, and personalizing proposals and supports.

The training, engaging small groups of teaching staff, will be held online at the local level in each of the Alliance universities starting with March 3 and will carry on until May-June 2022.

Expired Unipd calls