As part of the 4EU+ educational collaboration, UW academic teachers can offer their courses conducted fully (including assesment) in an online or hybrid mode to be made accessible via online enrolment procedure to students and doctoral candidates of the 4EU+ Alliance seven partner universities (4EU+ Shared courses). Proposals for shared courses must be submitted by 4th September.
UW academic teachers can now submit courses conducted fully (including assessment) in an online or hybrid mode to be made accessible to students and doctoral candidates of the 4EU+ Alliance partner universities. The courses will be made available as part of the 4EU+ Shared courses initiative, an important element of the 4EU+ collaboration in education, initiated already in the academic year 2020/2021.
To this date, UW lecturers have made almost 200 shared courses available to 4EU+ participants, with over 250 students from all member universities enrolled. Making online courses available to the 4EU+ community on a regular basis has proved to be an excellent example of virtual mobility and an opportunity to increase the degree of internationalisation, enhance the students’ and lecturers’ digital competences, and showcase the educational offer of the University of Warsaw to our European partners within this strategic consortium.
Proposals for shared courses must be submitted by 4th September using the table provided in the Google Sheet >>
- Courses must be conducted in an online or hybrid mode in order to allow students from other 4EU+ member universities to participate in and complete the course (incl. taking the final assessment) on a fully remote basis;
- Academics can submit as 4EU+ shared courses only the currently existing courses that are part of the teaching offer prepared for UW students, meaning they shall be open for enrolment in the winter semester for UW students either way; proposals for opening new courses initiated and co-developed in the framework of 4EU+ cooperation are not accepted;
- From now on, courses taught in languages other than English or the official languages of the 4EU+ Alliance universities are also accepted;
- Courses should be taught using innovative methods and techniques (examples of good practices and recommendations can be found here and here);
- Courses should support the development of competences recognised by the 4EU+ Alliance as key in European education: multilingualism, digital literacy, societal engagement, critical thinking and entrepreneurship.
For more information on sharing courses with students of other 4EU+ member universities, please follow this link.