International Credit Mobility: a New Challenge in the Mediterranean Region (ICMED) is a project co-funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ Programme, Key Action 2 Capacity Building in Higher Education.
It aims at strengthening the capacity of Higher Education staff in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia to deal with Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility & International Mobility Programmes in general, through the implementation of a comprehensive Training Programme. By fostering information and sharing best practices, the project is expected to contribute towards an innovative, effective and efficient management of International Credit Mobility in the MENA region.
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Following the ICMED final conference in Oran, discussions on mobility continued in Algiers during the cluster on International credit mobility in Algeria organized by the National Erasmus Office and hold at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research on the 27th of February, gathering representatives from around 50 universities.
On 27th February, the last SC meeting of the project ICMED, International Credit Mobility: a new challenge for the Mediterranean Region, was held at the University of Oran – USTO in Algeria. The meeting was opened by the hosting University and by the coordinator University who both expressed together with all partners the importance to continue the project in the future in order to guarantee its sustainability.
The final conference of the project ICMED took place on 26th February 2020 in Oran (Algeria) hosted by the University USTO at the Plaza Hotel. It was a-1-day interactive event bringing together UNIMED associated universities and everyone interested in fostering the Euro-Mediterranean dimension of university cooperation.
In the framework of the project ICMED, the training of trainers took place in Oran, Algeria hosted by Oran University of Science and Technology – Mohamed Boudiaf on the 25th February 2020 at the Plaza Hotel. The training of trainers represented an unmissable opportunity for participants to strengthen their skills in the management of international mobility programs.
On February 23rd, the University of Biskra hosted a training event about International Credit Mobility and credit recognition. Around 50 between academic and administrative staff of the university participated in the training delivered by trainers of the University of Padova and the University of Granada.