In April 2023 the 11th edition of the training “Internationalization of Higher Education” will take place. The programme is organized by Collegium Civitas in cooperation with the Center for Polish Education in Kiev. Since 2018 over 900 faculty members from Ukrainian higher education institutions have already participated in the programme.
The participants in the training programme are lecturers and leadership from many Ukrainian universities, which are currently experiencing severe difficulties in their operations, practically at every level and in all areas. The programme of the training sessions has been adopted to reflect the current challenges.
Lectures and workshops are conducted by experts from Collegium Civitas led by Prof. Stanisław Mocek, the Rector, Dr Katarzyna Maniszewska, Vice-Rector for International Relations, Dr Dr Roland Zarzycki, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs, Dr Paweł Maranowski Vice-Rector for Student Affairs and Dr Sławomir Klimkiewicz, renowned expert in international relations and ntercultural communication and others. One of the topics is the Erasmus+ programme and the opportunities it offers to Ukrainian academia. The guest lectures about Erasmus+ are conducted by leading experts from the National Agency for the Erasmus+and ESC programmes, among them Mrs. Beata Skibińska, the Director for Higher Education Department.
Due to the huge popularity of training, Collegium Civitas in cooperation with Center for Polish Education in Kiev decided to increase the number of trainings for new participants from two to three annually and to prepare a new training offer the programme alumni.
“We are proud that we can actively participate in the transfer of knowledge, which we hope will help face challenges in the field of science and/or teaching for Ukrainian scientists, and thus for future generations that will take part in the reconstruction of post-war Ukraine.” – says Mrs. Ilona Głowacka, Senior Specialist for International Cooperation and Promotion, coordinator of the programme “Internationalisation of Higher Education”.