The University Network of the European Capitals of Culture will hold its I. UNeECC Erasmus Meeting on 3- 4 May, 2010 hosted by the University of Avignon.
The main aims of the meeting are to stimulate mobility among the UneECC member institutions and to provide an opportunity to share best practices and explore new fields of cooperation.

Programme:

Monday 3rd May:
Morning: Arrival of participants
From 2 pm to 6 pm: Presentations of the member institutions (each participant will be requested to give a 10-minute presentation of his/her institution and of its international activities within the Erasmus proframme)
Evening: Dinner at a local restaurant (offer by the University of Avignon)

Tuesday 4th May:
From 9 to 9:30: Tour of the Campus
From 9.30 to 1 2am: Networking discussions
12.30: Lunch at the student restaurant (offered by the University of Avignon)
From 2 to 5 pm: Networking discussions
From 5 to 6 pm: Discussion of possible joint activities (e.g. Erasmus intensive programmes) and conclusion
Evening: dinner at a local restaurant (offered by the UNeECC)

Participation is free of charge. We kindly ask sending institutions to cover travel and acoomodation costs. The registration deadline is 20th February 2010.

To download registration form, please click here.
Hotel and travel information.

We kindly ask you to send your registration form by email to Ms. Gyöngyi Pozsgai, Secretary General of UNeECC:pozsgai.gyongyi@pte.hu

UNeECC meeting in Madrid, 18 September 2009

Since 2008 UNeECC organizes an informal network meeting during the annual conference of the European Association for International Education (EAIE). This gathering of international relations officers is a unique opportunity to meet face-to-face with potential new members.  On 18 September 2009 the Universidad Europea de Madrid, she herself a new member, welcomed 15 representatives from 10 different institutions. During the meeting Gyöngyi Pozsgai and László Komlosi gave an overview of UNeECC’s activities, whereas representatives from the Mykolas Romeris and Gediminas universities in Vilnius warmed the participants to the programme of next month’s annual conference and general assembly of UNeECC. From the exchange of ideas that ensued, it was obvious that the initiatives now taken to get students involved in UNeECC are met with approval. The participants also discussed the problem of getting more researchers involved in the network.

Wim Coudenys

 

UNeECC ERASMUS NETWORKING MEETING

AVIGNON

3-4 MAY 2010

 

PROGRAMME

Location: all the sessions will take place on the town-centre campus of the university (campus centre-ville, site principal Sainte Marthe), in the « old » building (« bâtiment classique »).

Address: 74, rue Louis Pasteur. You can also enter the campus from « Porte St Lazare » if you are coming from outside the « Remparts ».

Monday 3rd May

1:50 pm: meeting point in the main entrance hall of the « old » building on the ground floor

2:00-6:30 pm:

Location : Salle des thèses, ground floor, east wing

Welcome speech by Professor Jean-François Bonastre, Vice-president of the University of Avignon

Opening speech by Dr Wim Coudenys, board member of UNeECC, Lessius University College

Presentation of each participating institution. 10 minutes maximum for each presentation

(16 institutions in total)

Coffee break around 4:30 pm, at International Office on the ground floor.

8:30 pm: dinner at restaurant « Le Bazou ». Address: 24, rue du Chapeau Rouge.

Tuesday 4th May

8:50 am: meeting point at the International Office

9:00-10:00 am: visit of the campus

10:00-10:30 am: coffee break at the International Office

10:30-12:30 am:

Location : Salle des thèses, ground floor, east wing

“Erasmus speed dating” : networking discussions in groups of  2 institutions. Change of partner every

20 minutes. Main objective: to discuss existing and/or future Erasmus agreements.

12:45-1:45 pm: lunch at the university restaurant (« modern » building, ground floor.

2:00-6:00 pm:

Location : Salle des thèses, ground floor, east wing

“Erasmus speed dating” networking discussions continued

Coffee break around 4:30 pm, at the International Office on the ground floor.

Discussion of potential multilateral projects  (eg: Erasmus Intensive Programmes, summer courses,  etc.)

Moderator : Carole Gueret, Vice-rector of the University of Avignon

Conclusion

 

8:00 pm: dinner at restaurant « Le 75 ». Address: 75, rue Guillaume Puy.