Project Bbriefing of the Erasmus IP Project

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Project Bbriefing of the Erasmus IP Project

  1. 1. Erasmus IP project 15-26 April 2013 Seia/ Portugal
  2. 2. LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME - Comenius - Erasmus - Leonardo da VinciLifelong Learning - Grundtvig Programme
  3. 3. - Student mobility: studies, traineeship - Staff mobility: teaching, personnel training/placement - Intensive programmes (IP)- Erasmus intensive language courses (EILC)
  4. 4. ERASMUS INTENSIVE PROGRAMME (IP)What is an An IP - a short programme of study which brings together students and teaching staff IP??? from higher education institutions of at least three participating countries.
  5. 5. ERASMUS INTENSIVE PROGRAMME (IP) Some important features of an IP: - One coordinating institution and at least 2What is an partners in order to be eligible; - An IP can be a one-off activity or repeated IP??? over a limited number of years – max 3 consecutive years; - Location of the IP activities – any of the partner countries; - Duration of an IP – at least 10 continuous full working days.
  6. 6. Sustainability of Cruise Tourism Coordinator – Klaipeda Business School (Lithuania) Partners: PORTUGAL - Instituto Politécnico da GuardaERASMUS IP FINLAND – Turku University of Applied Sciences 2011 /2012 CZECH REPUBLIC – Mendel University in Brno 2012/2013 BELGIUM – Thomas More Kempen TURKEY – Adnan Menderes University HUNGARY - Edutus College SPAIN – Florida University
  7. 7. Sustainability of Cruise Tourism The aim of the IP project -– to improve the professional skills and competences of the students of Business, Tourism and Logistics-related study programmes on the implementation and development of the principles of sustainable cruise tourism within a European context.ERASMUS IP The objectives  - to equip the students with the theoretical knowledge 2011 /2012 2012/2013 on tourism sustainability;  - to improve the students’ skills on the planning and image formation of sustainable cruise tourism;  - to improve the logistic competences of the students with regard to cruise tourism;  - to make the students acquainted with the best practice of heritage tourism and rational usage of resources;  - to make the students recognise core cruise tourism products.
  8. 8. Sustainability of Cruise Tourism Project application submitted in 2011 for 2 consecutive years - 2011/2012 and 2012/2013  IP activities in April 2012 – KlaipedaERASMUS IP (LITHUANIA) 2011 /2012  Total number of participants – 55 students - 11 lecturers 8 mixed groups of students http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RitH1G32t OY
  9. 9. Sustainability of Cruise Tourism IP activities in April 2013 – Seia (Portugal)  Total number of participants – 56 studentsERASMUS IP - 12 lecturers mixed groups of students 2012 /2013 intensive work ~ 6 hours per day Structure of work: -Lectures by participating lecturers; -Presentations by the representatives from the business world; -Group work.  Certificates - 3 ECTS.
  10. 10. Sustainability of Cruise Tourism The outcome of the IP - sustainable cruise tourism models, created by student teams.ERASMUS IP 2011 /2012 2012/2013
  11. 11.  Individual evaluation by one lecturer Presentation in groups ◦ 15 minutes ◦ With powerpoint presentation ◦ Everybody is presenting Final round ◦ 3 best projects ◦ 15 minutes ◦ Presentation for investors
  12. 12. Hope you will enjoy your stay in Portugal!

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