WP5 presentation at the 20th Hungarian National Conference on Education
As part of the presentation, WP5 members presented in detail the main conceptual background of the CHARM-EU mobility scheme, as well as the innovative aspects of the Mobility Matrix System from a teaching and learning perspective. Furthermore, the presentation focused on the proposed process of the mobilities’ curriculum integration, as well as briefly discussing the service system that is designed to support the implementation of the CHARM-EU mobility system.
According to the feedback of the symposium opponent, István Kovács Vilmos (Vice Rector for International Relations at Budapest Metropolitan University), the model is intriguing and inspiring, especially in its complex approach to mobility. As the opponent highlighted, it is an excellent aim to integrate mobility into the curriculum, so that it supports a slight shift from understanding international mobility as a purely organisational or technical challenge to using it as a key component of the teaching and learning practice in higher education.