ERASMUS Congress and Exhibition 2013
ERASMUS Congress and Exhibition 2013

15-19 May 2013, Poznan, Poland
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Click here for the Video Message of Dr Androulla Vassiliou (Member of the European Commission, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth) during the ERACON 2013 Opening Ceremony

1. ERASMUS for All, Vanessa Debiais-Sainton, Head of sector - Erasmus, European Commission, DG EAC

2. Overall achievements of the Erasmus centralised actions under LLP 2007-2013 Programme, Cristina Camaiani, EACEA

3. PROVIP – Promoting and Supporting Virtual placements, Jacek Wójcik, The West Pomeranian Business School in Szczecin, Poland

4. Flexibility in Mobility Management: customization of standard mobility systems for international offices as exemplified by mobility-online, Gerald Mauberger, SOP Hilmbauer & Mauberger GmbH & Co KG, Austria

5. The e-Promotion of Mobility at European Universities: Actions, Perceptions and Results, Malgorzata Swit, Technical University of Lodz, Poland and Manuel Jose Fernandez Iglesias, University of Vigo, Spain

6. Senior University - A Success story for the XXI Century’s Silber Generation, Marta Maszaros, Szechenyi Istvan University, Hungary

7. International Placements and Employability: Procedure to optimize the acquired skills, Olga Lasaga, Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain

8. Do students obtain Academic Benefits from their ERASMUS Stay? An empirical Analysis, Pedro Jose Perez Vazquez, University of Valencia, Spain

9. The Europemobility benchmarking club as a method of quality assurance of placement mobility, Thomas Berger, Institut inter.research e.V, Germany

10. The Role of Placement Mobility in developing an Entrepreneurial mind-set and Employability of students in Europe, Thomas Berger and Stefanie Eibich, Institut inter.research e.V, Germany

11. How an ERASMUS Intensive Programme may lead to a new Curriculum Development, Ioannis Kaliakatsos, Departement of Electronics, TEI of Crete, Greece

12. Hospitality Placements, Zuzana Roldanova, The Institute of Hospitality Management in Prague, Czech Republic

13. Dual Education and Collaborative Learning Aspects in common and possibilities of use in Higher Education, Pedro Antonio Balaguer Mora, La Creueta High Vocational Training School, Spain

14. Erasmus intensive language course at National Sports Academy ‘Vassil Levski’, Bulgaria, Alexandra Gencheva, National Sports Academy “Vassil Levski”, Bulgaria

15. The use of Vocational education and training: attracting the best young people into LLP Initiatives, Constantinos Sflomos, TEI Athens

16. ESN Survey, Research Project on students´ need with a focus on employability and labour mobility, Emanuel Alfranseder, ERASMUS Student Network, Belgium

17. European Bachelor Physical Activity and Lifestyle Counselling (PALC), Johan de Jong, Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen, The Netherlands

18. International Week as a tool for Enhancing the Internationalisation at the Home Institution, Melanie Steiner and Simone Schmid, Pedagocial University Tyrol, Austria

19. “Close the Gap! – An Action Plan for Training on the Job”, Roger Hessel, Business Trainer, Lecturer, TOBB Economics and Technology University, Ankara (TOBB ETÜ), Turkey

20. International Sport Development (ISD), Roy Epping, Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen, The Netherlands

21. Accessible Exchange: Disabled students in ERASMUS, Emre Burcu Atalay, Istanbul Kültür Üniversity, Turkey

22. Roundtable Session: ERASMUS Without Paper, Session Coordinator: Luciano Saso, Sapienza University in Rome, Italy

23. The Industry-Academia Liaison Office. The example of Cyprus University of Technology, Charalambos Chrisostomou, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus

24. The Cultural Aspect of ERASMUS Training Week: The case of Cyprus University of Technology, Sotos Voskarides, Charalambos Chrisostomou, Stavri Antoniou, Cyprus Univ. of Technology, Cyprus

25. University and industry- Strange bedfellows or birds of a feather?, Ana Boa-Ventura and José Manuel Silva, Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, Portugal

26. Think Europe: Strategies to promote ERASMUS Mundus Scholarship in United States, Madalina Akli, Rice University, Houston, Texas, United States

27. The Internationalization of a Spanish University through a plurilingualism promotion plan, Tomas Lorenzana de la Varga, University of Almeria, Spain

28. Engaging doctoral candidates and early stage researchers/teachers in research led teaching, Lucas Zinner, University of Vienna, Austria

29. Doctoral Candidate Mobility, Anthony Vickers, Essex University, United Kingdom

30. INENTER Session: Placements – Quality and Employability Ways of Optimizing Students’ Benefit from their Placement Stays Abroad – Good Practice Example of the ERASMUS Placements Programme at Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany, Stefanie Eibich, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany

31. ERASMUS Placement – New Opportunities, Viktorija Pet?ak, Baltic International Academy, Baltic Psychology and Management University College, Latvia

32. ERASMUS Mobility and Career: The Contribution of ERASMUS Programme to Careers of Graduate Participants, Hande Guresen, Gazi University, Turkey

33. Promoting Employability in the Global Market, Session Coordinator: Nuno Escudeiro, Praxis Network, Politecnico do Porto, Portugal

34. Take best advantage of project/internship benefits with PRAXIS, Nuno Escudeiro and Paula Escudeiro, Portugal

35. The added value of Multidisciplinary Multicultural Projects, Paula Escudeiro and Nuno Escudeiro, Portugal

36. ERASMUS Students and their language skills – Unification of requirements or the faculty’s discretion?, Agata Wisneiwska, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

37. Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students at Adam Mickiewicz university in Poznan, Anna Nabia?ek, Adam Mickiewicz University in Pozna?, Poland

38. Budget Planning VS the Continues Changing Wishes of the Beneficiaries’, Ramona Onciu, Universitatea Babe?-Bolyai, Romania

39. Attract Project: Enhancing the Attractiveness of Studies in Science and Technology, Mirko Varano, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

40. Intercultural preparation for Mobility, Tatjana Welzer, University of Maribor, Slovenia

41. Opening up education: e-Mobility the way forward? The case of the Open University of Cyprus, Erato Ioanna Sarri, Open University of Cyprus, Cyprus

42. We are Europe! New Grassroot level Projects for Active students and citizens made in Dusseldort, Jens Baganz

43. Management of Intercultural differences on ERASMUS Intensive Programme, Sulhattin Yasar, University of Suleyman Demirel, Turkey

44. Comparison of the Personal and Cultural change taking place between EU ERASMUS Students and Turkish ERASMUS Students (within the sample of Adam Mickiewicz University in city of Poznan, Poland), Sevda Mutlu, Cumhuriyet University, Turkey

45. Strategies against the crisis optimization of skills acquired during an international stay, Javier Barraycoa, Spain

46. Can the Bologna process improve the Turkish Education System?”, Asst. Prof. Dr. Harun YAKISIK, Cankiri Karatekin University, Turkey

47. How much further you can go to get internationalised? The story between Turkey and Italy" Chair Mr. Simone Ravaioli, CINECA/KION

48. Labour Market Survey at Budapest Business School, Farkas Katalin, Budapest Business School, Hungary

49. ERASMUS (is not) for All or Yes Europe – But with what money?, Session Coordinator: Carlos Afonso, EAEC Vice-President, Portalegre Polytechnics Institute, Portugal

50. “ERASMUS FOR ALL” Preparation of Proposals and Management of EU funded Projects Gregory Makrides, EAEC and European Office of Cyprus

51. Social Erasmus: International Social Project of ESN to facilitate the integration of international students, Emanuel Alfranseder, ERASMUS Student Network

52. ERASMUS Staff Training Weeks: The case of the Polytechnic of Setubal, Tania Mota, Polytechnic of Setubal, Portugal

53. Towards a new European Grade Conversion System: The EGRACONS Project, Workshop coordinator: Valère Meus, Ghent University, Belgium, Luciano Saso, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, Rafael de Paz, University of Leon, Spain and Sylvain Lamourette, University of Rouen, France

54. Mobility as a way to create Research Led Teaching, Session Coordinator: Anthony Vickers, Essex University, United Kingdom Research-Teaching Linkages: Outcomes of a shared approach in Scotland, Claire Carney, Head of Enhancement, Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, Scotland, United Kingdom

55. Social Integration of International Students, Emanuel Alfranseder, ERASMUS Student Network, Belgium

56. Cooperation Models between Educational Providers and Business world, Stefano Tirati, CSCS, Italy