Event Date(s):
15 December 2014, 16 December 2014

Location: Berlin, Germany

The purpose of this study visit is to bring together German and UK professionals working with Erasmus, student exchange and other European mobility programmes to discuss current issues and exchange best practice.

 

Locating the study visit in Berlin allows colleagues a valuable opportunity to explore the German perspective on European mobility and international partnerships.

 

Hosted by the British Council Germany and the Berlin School of Economics and Law, the workshop has been designed to inform and develop colleagues’ knowledge of a broad range of relevant European education issues as they affect Germany.  There will be a range of presentations and opportunities for discussion with colleagues from DAAD as well as other German educational Institutions.

 

The workshop would be ideal for members of staff who are new to or experienced in European mobility and who would like the opportunity to engage with colleagues from Berlin.

 

The British Council has confirmed that this workshop is not eligible for Staff Training Mobility funding but that it is possible to use OS funding instead

 

Accommodation is available on Monday, 15 December at the Hotel Alexander Plaza (http://www.hotel-alexander-plaza.de).  Rooms cost €125 (double) or €105 (single) including breakfast.  Rooms are being held at this special rate until 12 November and participants are advised to make their reservation as soon as possible by contacting Sabine at the British Council Germany (Sabine.Hinsche-Rozek@britishcouncil.de)

 

The Overseas Mission Dinner will be held on Monday, 15 December at the Tucher Am Tor restaurant at the Brandenburg Gate (http://tucher-am-tor.de/?lang=en).  The cost of the Mission dinner is included in the registration fee.

 

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Booking for this event is currently unavailable.

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