Workshop 06

Terra incognita? Exploring the uncharted waters of student blended mobility

  • Tuesday 26 Sept
  • Rotterdam C, Level 2, Rotterdam Ahoy
  • Level: All
  • €209 (€319 for non-members)

Student blended mobility is one of the most challenging but fascinating opportunities of the new Erasmus+ programme. There is strong political will to introduce and popularise this mobility type in the European Higher Education Area, but implementation remains a complex and uncharted task. This workshop will provide participants with first-hand, research-based information about student blended mobility and best practices in Europe. Through simulation exercises, you will gain useful knowledge and skills to overcome the challenges and barriers in the organisation of student blended mobility – and we will share practical insights on how this mobility type can support the strategic aims of your institution.


At the end of this workshop, you’ll be able to:

  • understand the current state of play of student blended mobility;
  • understand existing models and approaches; understand the challenges and possible solutions involved;
  • organise or coordinate quality student blended mobility;
  • use the blended mobility toolkit provided to support your activities.

This workshop is targeted at higher education professionals, including international relations officers and academic supporting student blended mobility, as well as academic interested in the topic, national agencies and policymakers.


  • Student and staff mobility
    • Student exchange and study abroad
  • Teaching, learning and curriculum
    • Online, blended and hybrid learning


  • Angeliki Psychogyiou, 
    Academic Cooperation Association (ACA), Belgium
  • Anikó Makkai-Kovács, 
    European University Foundation, Belgium