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Project »Fostering Internationalization at Montenegrin HEIs through Efficient Strategic Planning / IESP«

IESP   



The project Fostering Internationalization at Montenegrin HEIs through Efficient Strategic Planning (IESP) is a two-year project whose implementation started in November 2019. The project is aimed at improving international competitiveness and visibility of Montenegrin HEIs through providing an optimum model for strenghtening capacities for various aspects of internationalization including: internationalization strategy with action plans, supporting documentation for internationalization, internationalization of research and innovation, international mobility of staff and students, international networking and quality assessment of internationalization. 
 

Project partners:

  • 3 Montenegrin universities: University of Montenegro, University of Donja Gorica,  Medditaranean University
  • 3 European universities: University Côte d’Azur (France), University of Cadiz (Spain), University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
  • Non-academic partners: Montenegro Ministry of Science, Montenegro Ministry of Education, Agency for Control and Quality Assurance of Higher Education

    Project website

    E-newsletter, 2020
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IMPLEMENTED ACTIVITIES

1) 
Review of EU HEIs models of internationalization 

  • Study visit, 20 and 21 February 2020: Visit to the University of Ljubljana was the first study visit planned within the project. Purpose of the visit was to present practices of the University of Ljubljana in the field of internationalization.
  • May 2020: Overview of the University of Ljubljana supporting documentation for internationalization, review of the University of Ljubljana legal and administrative framework in regard to internationalization of education, research and mobility.
  • July 2020: Benchmark Analysis on Internationalization Practices

2) Strategic planning, 16 and 18 June 2020: Presentation of the methology that will help participants how to formulate the internationalization strategy. Workshop was carried out by Prof. Dr. Tomaž Čater, University of Ljubljana School of Economics and Business, Academic Unit for Management and Organization.

3) Summer school courses, 24 and 25 October 2020: Aim of the workshop was to present our experience regarding organization of summer school courses, planning, designing and preparation of courses, financial planning, marketing, defining criteria for selection of participants and lecturers, preparation of teaching materials, support staff and services, experience from online 2020 performance of some summer school courses, additional programmes for students and staff, evaluation and reporting, best practices and lessons learned. Workshop was carried out by the representatives of the four members of the University of Ljubljana: the School of Economics and Business, the Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport, the Academy of Fine Arts and Design and the Faculty of Law.

4) Design of catalogues for courses offered in English, 2 and 5 March 2021:
 Presentation of  our experience regarding preparation of course catalogue in English, planning, designing and preparation of courses, financial planning, marketing, defining, preparation of teaching materials, support staff and services, implementation, evaluation and reporting, best practices and lessons learned. Workshop was carried out by the representatives of the four members of the University of Ljubljana: the School of Economics and Business, the Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport, the Faculty of Arts and the Academy of Music.

5) Teaching multicultural groups of students in HE settings, 19 and 21 April 2021Introduction of key didactic features of teaching in heterogeneous student groups, addressing individual characteristics of students in larger and smaller groups by using dynamic didactic strategies, principles and obstacles of inclusive study process, intercultural dimensions of education. The workshop was organized by the University of Ljubljana Faculty of Arts, Centre for Pedagogical Education.

6) Interculturality in higher education, 3 and 4 June 2021: The purpose of training was to demonstrate the conditions and challenges that lie behind the implementation of internationalisation. We also identified differences of implementing the concept of multiculturalism (different cultures, citizens, ethnic and religious groups live in common territory but not necessarily in contact and mutual relations) and interculturalism (different cultures, citizens, ethnic and religious groups live in common territory and establish open mutual interactions, exchanges and recognition). The workshop was organized by the University of Ljubljana Faculty of Education, Department of Social Pedagogy. 

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