Session 07.08

Blended Intensive Programmes: the new instrument in your international toolbox

The Blended Intensive Programmes introduced in the new Erasmus+ scheme can be used as a tool for strengthening both the cooperation and the internationalisation possibilities of students and staff. In this session, we will look at case studies and you will be encouraged to share your own experiences around the best use of Blended Intensive Programmes as a way to expand the international activity palette of an institution.


  • European-funded programmes
  • Mobility


  • Minna Koutaniemi, 
    University of Helsinki, Finland


  • Mari Lauri, 
    University of Helsinki, Finland
  • Christina Bohle, 
    Humboldt-Universit├Ąt zu Berlin, Germany