This project will facilitate 58 student work placement exchanges in order to enhance international competence; the knowledge, skills and attitudes acquired during an international work placement. It will also promote cultural competence and the internationalization of the curriculum through e-learning case studies, development of a Culture and Health course and the exchange of 20 teaching staff. Finally, it will support the global mobility of health care graduates through recognition of transferable technical skills and cultural competence.
EU funding:141.823€, 75% of total budget of 189.097€
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