22 January 2024

Fourth webinar of the “9 months, 9 universities” series: “Collaborative assessment practices in Spanish-English translation class”

The advent of online teaching and learning, the increasing relevance of machine translation, and the changing nature of translation work practices all pose challenges to the teaching and evaluation of university translation modules. This presentation will address the use of group work as a means of student assessment in the Spanish-English translation classroom. It will first cover some of the pedagogical rationales for using ...

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16 January 2024

Register for the 3rd EDLab webinar “European Degree Label global attractiveness”

The EDLab team is pleased to invite Arqus communities to the 3rd EDLab webinar on “European Degree Label global attractiveness” that will be held next 31st January 2024, from 10:00 to 11:30 am CET. The EDLab project was selected by the European Commission to pilot a joint European degree label based on a set of common criteria. It aims to ...

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15 January 2024

The EDLab team meets in Barcelona for a workshop to define criteria, global attractiveness and awarding procedure of the new European Degree Label

On 11th and 12th January 2024, the EDLab consortium gathered at the University of Pompeu Fabra, in Barcelona, for its 2nd Workshop focusing on the co-design of the European Degree Label. The goal of the workshop was to reach a consensus on the recommendations being prepared by EDLab on the criteria, guidelines and certificates for the Label. 40 participants from 20 institutions, including both full and associate ...

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12 January 2024

The new Arqus Joint Master’s Programme in International Cybersecurity and Cyberintelligence is now open for applications!

The Joint Master’s programme is meant to qualify excellently trained and highly motivated international graduates who have completed an academic degree of at least 180 ECTS credits (bachelor’s degree or equivalent programme of at least 180 ECTS at EQF6 level according to the European reference framework) in Information Technology programmes (e.g., Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Systems, Telecommunications, Informatics, Software Engineering, etc.). Students must have sufficient skills ...

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10 January 2024

Register now: Weekly Language Workshops for Teaching in English

Many teachers working at Europe’s higher institutions of learning today are faced with new challenges as they begin to teach their core subjects in English. Successful classroom learning requires leadership and engagement that not only stimulates student participation but also facilitates comprehension. For these purposes, language teachers and academics engaged in EMI (English as Medium of Instruction) may wish to boost their own language skills and exchange ...

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