The IMPACT project (Improving Academic Teaching and Internationalisation through Enhanced Competences of University Teachers) is a 3-year Erasmus+ Strategic partnership international project that aims to improve internationalisation through enhancing competences of university teachers. This includes designing and piloting a course that prepares teachers’ to effectively teach international students and mixed groups of home and international students. Moreover, it involves preparing and testing another course to improve teachers’ academic writing skills and to design a range of writing tasks for their students.
The project will result in creating a web portal with freely accessible teaching and learning resources that address the issues of student diversity, internationalisation and peer learning.
The IMPACT project is implemented by an international team of collaborators from Comenius University in Bratislava, Masaryk University, Central European University, Technical University in Delft and the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
Associated project partners are the European University Association and the International Consortium for Educational Development.
For more information, please visit the project website
Participants of the first transnational meeting of the IMPACT in Bratislava, November 2019. From left to right Janka Medveďová, Ági Simon, Gabriela Pleschová, Jeff Vanderziel, Eszter Timár (CEU), Silviu Piros, Martine Schophuizen, Mátyás Szabó (CEU Yehuda Elkana Center for Higher Education) and Petr Sucháček.