Internationalization of Higher Education: A Case Study of Leonardo da Vinci Project
The results of the project Leonardo da Vinci VETPRO Mobility titled "The internationalization of education in WSPA" implemented at the College of Business and Administration in Lublin (WSPA) are presented in this paper. The project aimed to develop a strategy for the foreign students’ education in WSPA and the activation of the academic community to transform WSPA in a multicultural university, opened to the education of students of different nationalities with different cultural backgrounds. During this project the participants have acquired knowledge of other European Union universities experiences in these fields. This knowledge has helped to formulate guidelines for internationalization of education in WSPA as a roadmap.
|This chapter was published in: Elzbieta Milosz & Marek Milosz & Jean-Michel Adam & Sergio Lujan Mora & Nada Trunk Sirca , , pages 851-858, 2012.|
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