Erasmus+ international training week at Tallinn University of Technology focuses on lifelong learning
For the ninth time TTÜ organises an international Erasmus+ training week from May 7 to 10 for the employees of foreign universities under the leadership of the Mobility Center in Office of Academic Affairs.
Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Hendrik Voll opened the training week. The topics of the training week are lifelong learning: its services and activities, and the recruitment of students, as well as sharing experience of recruiting students and successful completion of studies. There will be also a discussion about an alumni program.
The work in the TTÜ support structure will be introduced to the staff of the universities. Visits are planned to the IT college, Mektory, the Estonian Maritime Academy and the Library.
24 people from 15 different countries from 22 different universities are participating in this year's training week. In addition to the Member States of the European Union, scientists and colleagues of administrative support from Albanian and Serbian universities take part in the training week.