One of the main strategies of our institution is to promote students and staff mobility, as part of the centre’s educational project.
For this purpose, the participation of staff and students in European and international cooperation projects, public meetings and briefings are held in order to publicize the various existing projects, how to participate and when to take them out. We also distribute leaflets and posters. It is about raising awareness within the academic community.
One point is the selection of institutions for cooperation projects, which must be related to the professional profile of the Higher Level Training Cycle that we offer to our students. We also get in touch with national institutions that have subsidiaries in other European Union countries and/or have commercial contacts with foreign institutions.
Furthermore, our institution has a catalogue of companies where our students complete their period of Workplace Training Module (FCT: Formación en Centros de Trabajo), and would be interested in hosting students from other countries.
We also take into account the knowledge of the language of the country of destination by students and staff, especially English and French, which are the languages we teach. In simple terms, we try to promote, develop and facilitate the stay in other European Union countries to students and teachers. To support and promote staff mobility, this is recognized as part of the regular workload. The timetables are adapted to the needs and, if necessary, temporary replacements are performed.
The project results will be published on the website of the Centre to facilitate its dissemination and implementation.
For incoming students, our institution will look for accommodation, will offer specific courses (language, …), will monitor them and work to ensure their complete insertion.