Opportunities for virtual and blended in the future Erasmus programme’ – Mrs Tegovska

Mrs Elena Tegovska will highlight the European Commission’s vision on virtual and blended mobility,  (development) opportunities within Erasmus programme, recognition, funding possibilities within the different Erasmus programmes (to be).

Mrs Tegovska works for the European Commission’s Directorate General for Education and Culture (DG EAC) as teamleader of the Erasmus+ Higher Education unit.

Virtual and blended mobility from a rather conceptual perspective –   Mrs Filippini

Mobility is at the hearth of the Una Europa alliance from the beginning. We have an ambitious goal for 2025: 50% of UNA Europa students will benefit from physical mobility and 100% will be able to participate in international online and blended learning. 

In order to achieve this goal, our alliance has developed an integrated methodology, based both in the continuous connection among the mobility professionals and with the academic representatives of each strategic area. With this methodology, we have been able to map existing good practices in physical, virtual and blended mobility for all target groups (students, teachers, staff). Besides, it has been possible to identify some gaps and at the same time propose new models from scratch. All these results are condensed in the so-called MOBILITY MATRIX.

Moreover, in the middle of the Covid-emergency, the Una Europa Alliance was able to transform the threat in an opportunity and this is how the “Mobility in Emergency” concept was born. Thanks to this model, several students are right now able to follow the online lessons of the partner universities with the possibility to get credit recognition. 

Giovanna Filippini – Head of International Relations Division at the University of Bologna. Graduate in Business Administration at University Bocconi, Milan. Her main expertise is the management of international relations, focusing on student mobility, joint degree programmes, students’ services, ECTS system and Bologna process. She is taking part in some European projects focused on university administration, international relations management, management of joint programs, quality in mobility programs. From 2009 to 2013 she chaired the Education, Training and Mobility task force of the Coimbra Group and in 2010 and 2011 was the delegate appointed by the Italian Minister of Education in the Working group “Mobility” in the Bologna Follow Up Group. 

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