EUA Best practice workshop: 

Getting more students to go abroad: a focus on short-term mobility

 

Monday 5 November 2018                                                                             

Through panels, group sessions and keynotes, the workshops will consider

ideas, strategies and best practice in short-term experiential & credit-bearing mobility. 

Coventry University 

Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing                                        Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing,

Gulson Road, Coventry, CV1 2JH                                                                                Coventry University                                     

 

                    Click here for the workshop programme

                    (PDF version)

                                                     

                    Click here for the pre-arrival information

                    (PDF version)

 

Join us for the annual EUA Autumn best practice workshop, this year hosted by Coventry University.

As well as providing the usual opportunities to meet and network with colleagues, the workshop will include sessions on:

▶ Strategies to increase the number of students going abroad on short-term experiences;

▶ Embedding short-term mobility opportunities into TNE projects;

▶ Creating summer schools that add value to your portfolio of international enhancement opportunities;

▶ Best practice in ensuring travel safety  

and

▶ An update on Brexit and the potential impact on international activity.

The workshop will provide you with creative ideas, contacts and a toolkit ultimately to embed short-term mobility opportunities into your internationalisation offer to students.

 

The workshop will take place on Monday 5th November, with the optional possibility of staying on for an extra day at Coventry University for an additional partnership and networking event. 

 

For more details contact Grace Sadiq, Administrative Support Manager, EUA, or Barbara Howell, Associate Dean International, Coventry University, via info@europeanunialliance.org

 

Refreshments, lunch and conference materials included

 

 

 


 

Planning your journey:                                                                                          Click here for a map of the campus

Please consider using public transport                                                                     (PDF version)

By rail:

 

Coventry is on the main intercity route. Trains from London Euston leave every 30 minutes throughout most of the day with journey times of 1 hour to 80 minutes, depending on whether you choose an express service (Virgin Trains) or commuter service (London Northwestern Trains).

 

It takes approximately 20 minutes to reach Coventry from Birmingham International Station.

There are also daily services from Scotland and the Northwest, from Bristol, the Southwest and South Wales. In addition there are frequent services from Oxford and Southampton, as well as Nuneaton, Northampton, Birmingham New Street and Birmingham International. Check the National Rail Enquiries website for more information.

By bus:

Pool Meadow bus and coach station is located five minutes' walk from the University campus.

For details of local bus/coach/train times and destinations please contact the bus station enquiry line on: +44 (0) 24 7655 9559.

National Express offers connections between Coventry and other major cities around the UK. If you travel from Birmingham Airport you can take line number 900 bus to Pool Meadow station.

By air:

You can fly to Birmingham International airport, which is a 20 minute journey from Coventry by road or rail. 

There are direct daily flights to and from Glasgow, Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Dusseldorf and many other major European cities. 

Birmingham Airport Website

If you fly into London Heathrow, Stansted, Luton or Gatwick, you can catch a train to London and travel to Coventry by rail. 

 

Parking: 

Parking is available on campus. If you plan to arrive by car, please let us know when registering so that a parking space can be reserved for you.