In CIVIS’s aim to increase mobility among its students and staff members and in view of promoting the values above and cultivating innovation in the above areas, CIVIS is launching its third call for Short Term Mobility programs to be designed, submitted, and implemented by the nine partner European Universities, in collaboration among three or more among them, focusing on the intensive programs CIVIS Student Week, CIVIS Student Days and CIVIS School.
The IP: CSW/CSD programme should be related to one of the five themes of the Alliance: Cities, Territories, Mobilities; Climate, Environment, Energy; Digital & Technological transformations; Health; Society, Culture, Heritage, and also to include, to the extent of possible, themes cultivating bridges between Europe, the Mediterranean, and Africa.
The participants of the CIVIS Student Week / CIVIS Student Days may be: professors from the host University, visiting professors from the CIVIS partners; invited speakers and local stakeholders; local students at bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD levels, visiting students from the CIVIS Universities at bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD levels, but the programmes are also open to non-CIVIS audience.
Proposals for the organization of IP: CSW/CSD should be submitted by June 30th, 2021.
Submission should be done: by the leading Faculty/School member of the CIVIS University hosting the IP: CSW/CSD/CS; by filling in the IP: CSW/CSD/CS submission form, co-signed by his/her peers in the other partner Universities; by filling in the online application form.
Further details are available here.
CIVIS is a European Civic University formed by the alliance of nine leading research higher education institutions across Europe: Aix-Marseille Université, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Universitatea din București, Université libre de Bruxelles, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Sapienza Università di Roma, Stockholm University, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen and University of Glasgow. It brings together a community of more than 450,000 students and 65,000 staff members including over 30,000 academics and researchers.