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Erasmus Policy Statement

 
The mobility project is one of the most important challenges for our institution because we are convinced of its positive impact on our HEI and our partner companies.

Our modernization and internationalization strategy is based on the high quality implementation of the Erasmus+ programme
ITB is determined to focus on establishing high-quality, sustainable, mutually beneficial strategic partnerships

Erasmus Policy Statement

In this page ITB will host the Erasmus Policy statement in the future and published visibly the ECHE.

ITB is committed to validate the necessary actions to allow the mobility of students and staff and to promote and participate (as partner or coordinator) in European projects and to comply with the European principles and requirements linked to the ECHE for the 2021-2027 program.

In order to achieve these principles we will employ various strategies:
  • To set up and consolidate lasting partnerships with European and non-EU institutions whit values aligned with our institution and the Erasmus+ Programme.
  • The procedure to select candidates for mobility will respect the principles of non-discrimination, transparency and inclusion as will the procedure for the award of related scholarships.
  • To use the technological tools at our disposal to bring the experience and benefits of mobility to as many participants as possible by encouraging not only physical mobility but virtual collaborations of exchange and recognize them. 

Also, we are aware that dissemination and making use of the project’’ results can help to maximize the effect of the mobility not only for the participants but also for the whole educational community.
Offering participants the linguistic, cultural and technological preparation to successfully carry out the mobilities, providing the mobility coordination team and the tutors with the necessary support to carry out the tasks successfully. 

In our strategy mobility plan we reflected what Erasmus action we would like to take part in:

Erasmus Key Action 1:
  • Promoting the mobility among the students of our advanced training cycles so that they can complete their compulsory training period abroad. 
  • Promoting the mobility to staff so that they will participate in training activities, especially in job shadowing in IT enterprises, as well as accomplishing these activities in HEIs of a similar profile. 
  • Receiving incoming students for studies or traineeships in the technology companies which we are in contact with. Also, teachers and non-teaching staff who would like to take part in job shadowing activities or other kind of training activities contributing to our modernization and giving us a strong international dimension.
Erasmus Key Action 2: 
  • We are in contact with another HEI in Barcelona and two partners (from Holland and Italy) and together with them we are designing a project for students and teachers based in project based learning. In addition, we will implement virtual mobilities in order to promote the participation of the vast majority of students and to give the experience of internationalization, improving their linguistic skills, improving the non-formal learning and foster in civil engagement.
ITB is currently part of different mobility networks and has signed up to some collaborations in the framework of Erasmus+ programmes (in other education levels) with entities and institutions to promote internationalization actions.
  • Youth Exchanges Erasmus+ with the Association Mundus for VET students
  • KA102 Consortium coordinated by the Fundació BCN Formació Professional through Xarxa FP: This consortium proposes and develops mobility for traineenship for VET students.
  • KA102 Consortium coordinated by the Lopez Vicuña School of Barcelona and five other HEI centres the metropolitan area at Barcelona.

Undoubtedly, the internationalization of the ITB will make our training cycles more attractive, fostering increased quality of teaching and relevance of curricula and contributing to their promotion, modernization and excellence by offering opportunities to acquire soft and hard skills. 

This will improve employment opportunities for participants with different backgrounds and enhance the competitiveness of the European economy, preserving cultural heritage and fostering a sense of a European identity and culture.


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