Workshop 18

The key to internationalising the student experience: a certificate of international experiences (sold out)

  • Tuesday 11 Sept
  • Room P, Level 0, Palexpo
  • Level: advanced
  • €150 (€200 for non-members)
  • Related Expert Communities Language and Culture Employability

Supporting international student learning activities in addition to study-abroad programmes and recognising those activities as vital to cross-cultural learning can be challenging. In this workshop you’ll exchange innovative ideas and practices for granting recognition for students’ participation in a range of international and intercultural activities. You’ll also come away with best practices and lessons learned from Lund University (Sweden) and the University of Bergen (Norway), the pioneers of organising and measuring international activities for a certificate of international merits. Join us to explore the possibilities for developing students’ intercultural competences and furthering your institution’s internationalisation goals.

Learning outcomes

• Learn about key success factors in supporting and developing students’ intercultural skills
• Get new ideas on how to support international learning activities
• Practise designing clearly formulated outcomes relevant for all stakeholders
• Contribute to the development of a concept paper to be shared among practitioners in the EAIE network


  • Leadership & strategy
  • Learning, teaching & curriculum


  • Karin Frydenlund, 
    Malmö University, International Office, Sweden


  • Karin Frydenlund, 
    Malmö University, International Office, Sweden
  • Kajsa Johansson, 
    Lund University, Sweden